+TotemLake Posted April 10, 2004 Share Posted April 10, 2004 I think folks need to use good judgement and decide if it is a solicitous item or if it is a signature item. Just because secular idealism doesn't mesh well with religous idealism doesn't mean all religous items are solicitous. People of faith use these items to witness their lifestyle as well as anybody else does with their signature items. Does that mean a 100% ban on these should be in effect? I don't think that's the way the guidelines were meant to be read. It's much easier to be respectful of everyone if we don't mix religion and caching. It's also disrespectful to expect people to stop witnessing their lifestyle just because there is a religous connotation to it. Walk in their shoes first before you call it a pile. Dropping a Koran can probably be considered solicitous. Dropping a cross without identifying it with the nic can also be considered solicitous. Put a tag on it and identify the finder and it becomes a signature item. Would this be the correct solution? As long as it is not overboard, I think it would be. Quote Link to comment
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