Food for thought:
It's in modern or western world common regarded and even broadly taught that such as preaching, in more dhammic words, giving a sermon, is unskillful, not the way Dhamma is taught.
Now my person like to ask if that actually is really true?
Is preaching to be regarded as the wrong way?
If not generally, where would be the point that preaching, teaching, giving a sermon might turn out to be not of use (either for giver nor for receiver)?
What might be a possible "psychological" reason, or cultural reason for aversion in regard of sermons?
Under which circumstances a possible gift turns out to be a kind of red flag?
[Note: This is a gift of Dhamma, not meant for commercial purpose or other low wordily gain by means of trade and exchange]