In earlier days, when I was inexperienced, I also committed this type of mistake occassionally. I will write an article about this unbelievable incident one day. In spite of the grave mistake committed by me, I was ultimately successful.
Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
No life without Sun
Whenever I used to go to a office or institution for some work, many times I had to wait for my turn or wait for some pperson, I found that people are running here and there for getting clarification on something or trying to find out how a particular job got to be done. I usually interrupted them and asked their problem. To my surprise I found that they were not aware of many small things what to say of rules and regulations. Though I do not boast myself an expert on everything but whatever little I knew, I tried to guide them and help and most of them were very happy and thankful for that. I also had a sense of satisfaction of helping the fellows.
Knowledge is power.
When we go to a temple for Darshan, we have to go in the que basing on the crowd. Some people try to jump the que. If I was there I will never allow them to cross the que. Initially I tell them politely and still they are not listening I will shout at them and see that they will follow the que. Similarly once or twice I warned the students smoking in the public.