Question: If I have a problem with someone in the group, how should I behave in the group and outside of it?
Answer: It is best to speak openly, not during the lesson, but while talking with the friends.
It is necessary, in spite of everything, to say what you think about your friend and why. Ask for an explanation of whether your attitude towards him is correct and what can be done.
This will strengthen the group. Thus you set a good example of how it is possible to turn estrangement into friendliness. This is exactly a spiritual action.
From the Virtual Lesson 2/24/13