A point of balance is always within reach. But the balance point will usually be found closer to the middle, rather than anywhere near the outside extremes, in this dimension, anyway.
So if the intention is to find balance and harmony, emphasis on if...., then a good question might be, "what can I do to meet ________ half way?"
I think it would require at least some attempt at "trying on" the other sides perspective. IE looking from their eyes or walking in their shoes.
When I do that, I see, on the one hand, a few people who reject the GFL stuff for reasons of their own, and an attempt to use some humour, and some slightly mean spirited derision, to point out the incongruities and inconsistencies they perceive in the messages, and messengers, and perhaps to poke fun at the source(s) of the information and those who like to present or forward the information. For my tastes, it could be a bit more mirthful and a bit less mean spirited, to be an effective parody. And although I don't personally find it very funny, as I see at least one person objecting very strongly, I can still see how others without anything personally invested in one view or another, might be amused by the little stage play.
On the other hand, I see a nice guy, with a ton of love in his heart, fighting a perceived attempt at undermining part of his message. JT provides his own disclaimers when he posts these messages. It's not like he's saying "This is absolute truth and thou shalt believe!!!!" It's more like, "this is kind of a cool message, and although I can't verify any of it, I got something out of it, and maybe you will too..." And I see him take notice when someone is making fun of something he sees as a potentially positive message, and taking exception to that activity.
Assumptions are tricky things. You can only practice assumption, where you don't know, right? If you knew, you wouldn't have to assume. You can feel strongly about your assumptions, but that doesn't make the object of the assumption any more known. Just more strongly attracted magnetically to some emotion or another. these things get pretty squashed together in people who have yet to do the bulk of their clearing work. They can't really tell the difference between things that are entirely different. And that can make reasoning with them akin to a magic act.
It's kind of amusing to watch people pushing apart from one another, while at the same time watching their magnetic emotions dragging them inexorably towards one another. It's the old "just can't walk away". We all know this place. Nobody is, or has been immune. It's held in place, actively. Nobody else is holding their opponent in the ring. It's mutual, and each participant holds their own face to the screen and fingers on the keyboard.
I'd suggest the Ad Hom comments would tend to push farther apart, while refusing to release the magnetism. Not exactly the route towards balance and harmony.
Choice is king, and empress. What are you choosing? And is that what you really want?
Love you all,