Lillian Daniel is often blunter than I am. That means that she’s often saying what I’m thinking. Below is one such example. I’m just going to let it stand on its own.
Someone was complaining to me about why she had stopped going to her church, saying, “You know, when I was sitting there in worship I just didn’t get much out of it.”
To which I replied, “Well, it wasn’t directed toward you.” 
 Lillian Daniel, When “Spiritual but Not Religious” Is Not Enough: Seeing God in Surprising Places, Even the Church (Grand Central Pub, 2013), 173.