All of this changed when I became Asatru, and started to read, and now, talk and write to folk in our Pagan religions. We are all heading in the same direction but we are all taking a different path to a similar, but not exactly, the same ultimate goal. I have had more arguments and debates with these Heathens in the past few months then I have had probably in the whole rest of my life. You might think that this is a bad thing, but its not. I have broadened my scope of knowledge ten - fold in this short period of time, not by agreeing with other people's ideas, but by agreeing to disagree with their points of view. In most religions you are expected to all have the same mindset, like robots, but in our Pagan religions it is this constant influx of ideas that keeps it fresh, new, and constantly changing for the better.
It's a little like when you take hundreds of individual pictures, (our different views), and put them together in a collage that from a distance looks like Abraham Lincoln, (a representation of our religion). From a distance all you can see is the big picture, but when you get up close you can see all the small ideas that make the picture so great. My conversations with my Pagan brothers and sisters, albeit sometimes heated, allow me to see the big picture much more clearly. To see the bigger picture you need to see, with understanding and patience, all the different perspectives that everyone has. Don't critcize others because their views of our religion do not match your vision. Try to understand where they are coming from and where they are going. Accept that we are all different and that this is what makes our religion unique and special. You may even find that you like something they have imparted to you and broaden your own perspective !
Go with Odin's wisdom, Freyja's love and Thor's protection !