Cause of offense?

December 30, 2010 4:58am CST
Mr. A is offensive (up to Mr. B) Mr. B got offended (by Mr. A's remarks) - every one can see Mr. B. A's belief - Unless the moment one give up his pride, no one else can take it away. So, Mr. B has no faith in whatever he does/believe. So he gets offended. It's B's fault. B says A's remarks on B's perspective is offensive (lookup dictionary for definition). What causes B's offense? B himself or A? and if offense is crime, who must be convicted?
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@sanjay91422 (2728)
• India
30 Dec 10
I think A is right with his belief but he should not point out the persons who got offended but he should point out the persons which are never offended because of the reason that they never gave up their pride. If A follow my tip then they will never be offensive or offended. The discussion will be about the persons who are never offended.