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Both of you make valuable points..
What works for us (me, you) does not necessarily work for others. What works for others does not necessarily work for us.
Some parts may work for you, some may not, some may clash with you. It does not have to be considered as a whole
Part of the take what is useful and discard what is not, is determining what is useful or what works for me. Not anyone else, me.
Why I do something and what benefits doing it gives me is part of that process.
I have found if you look hard enough you can find faults in any and all teachers. It is more useful to see what they have to teach YOU and how it applies to you, rather than trying to find fault with them. Discard what is not applicable or useful.
Would you discard a teacher with some faults, and their knowledge in other areas, or would you listen to see if there are some valid points and then consider the whole.