I continue reading Kitchen Table Wisdom. Rachel Naomi Remen speaks of a man who doesn't act quite as she had thought a "spiritual person" might, yet, he accomplishes a great deal of good in the world. She speaks of how it is possible to use everything. I relate this to the woman who wrote the false memoir. We don't know her motivation, but we can choose our response. With each experience, we learn and respond.
Rachel says: "A ruthless man may be able to open doors that a more kindly and traditionally spiritual person could knock on forever. Without judgment, many things can be made holy."