Updated: Jan 9
One of the greatest plagues in life is that of comparing yourself to other people and wondering what opinion they have of you. Everyone is guilty of it, and everyone does it.
However reaching a point of neutrality between not caring what people think, and being respectful to those around you is a good balance to have.
There is always a bigger fish in the pond. There will also be smaller fish in the pond. Having the balance to respect both of these is a valuable trait to have, as you never know who will teach you the most valuable lesson, and its not always the bigger fish.
Now there are sometimes where you can blatantly see there is an issue with something, either it be the way they train or the information they release. Therefore take it upon yourself to educate them if applicable and it will prove beneficial to them and to yourself in the consolidation of knowledge. However, not everyone trains or acts the same way as you, and thats okay. There isn't one way to train to get results, much like there isn't one way to act to get you anywhere in life.
So help where necessary, aid others around you, but also take away the necessity to completely impose your beliefs or rituals upon them, even if they are the smaller fish, they might just have more knowledge than you.