Dear A.S.S. Editor

Is it right that when you take an Uber car, and the driver started to try to persuade you by inviting you to visit his place of worship?

I recently took an Uber car, and the driver started talking about his place of worship, and the religion’s greatness towards mankind. He even persuaded me to visit his place of worship to experience the greatness in action for myself. Now, i can understand when someone talks highly of his religion, it’s a free country, and you can practice any religion you want. Every one will think his religion is great, that’s good for him. Nothing against these kind of people. Admire them for their faith.

But to openly persuade someone to go visit, when i told him nicely I am not interested? Surely that is wrong. While I was not forced to do anything against my will, it really made my journey an uncomfortable one.

Sarah K.

A.S.S. Contributor

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