Conversations on Conversion – Saying “No” Respectfully In Public: Service Providers

Scene: You are with a Buddhist relative who has been hospitalised and is not in any capacity to make decision. A stranger from another religion approaches his bed.

The proselytiser says: Do you want to convert to my religion? You will be saved.

You say: No, my relative is a Buddhist.

You may then report to the hospital staff.

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