From a great little book I got from the library, At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee:
There is no wrong way to knit. The debate between throwing the yarn and picking it, using circulars or straights, choosing Fair Isle or intarsia... it's all a moot point. If you get something knitted at the end of it, you are doing it right. We should all agree to stop correcting each other and deal with the more important issue. How wrong crochet is.
This is only one of many devotional-style entries, the vast majority of which I find highly amusing. Highly recommended.