This is a very important question. In Orthodoxy, what we have is right worship and right doctrine. However, many Orthodox Christians become so obsessed with being right that they become absolutely wrong in their outlook on life and the way they treat their fellow human beings.
Many Orthodox Christians are so sectarian that they fail to see the broader picture of life and therefore, are unable to truly love anyone outside of the Orthodox community. Some Orthodox Christians are so sectarian that they are unable to love anyone outside of their own particular church.
I believe this rigid sectarianism prevents us from seeing the true purpose of Christian life.
What are we as Christians without love?
1 Corinthians 13 is one chapter of the Bible which many Orthodox Christians should read more often and take to the heart.
Saint Paul concludes with, "So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love."
There are many Roman Catholic and Protestant charities in the United States that share their love to the world through positive action. In the Orthodox Churches, there is right worship and there is right doctrine but is there right action? I have not heard of any successful Orthodox charities but this may be do to an ignorance.
In Mark 2:27, Jesus states, "The sabbath was made for man, not man for the sabbath. That is why the Son of Man is lord even of the sabbath."
Likewise, the Church was made for man, not man for the Church. The liturgy was made for man, not man for the liturgy.
When we become so rigid about Orthodox tradition that we fail to appreciate, tolerate, and love Christians who are outside of the realm of Orthodoxy, then we have become no different from the Pharisees:
"Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites. You pay tithes 12 of mint and dill and cummin, and have neglected the weightier things of the law: judgment and mercy and fidelity. (But) these you should have done, without neglecting the others.
13 Blind guides, who strain out the gnat and swallow the camel!"
So many Orthodox Christians strain out the gnat and swallow the camel and therefore neglect the weightier matters of the faith: Love, peace, charity.
Some of the Orthodox Christians on this forum are so closedminded that they are not even able to appreciate Oriental Orthodox Christians for not being Chalcedonian. But in the final analysis, I don't think Jesus is going to care about what semantics we used in christology.
Seriously, What would Jesus do?
Granted, traditional theology and traditional liturgy are highly important.
But would Jesus care more about tradition than love for your fellow man?
Would Jesus care more about sectarianism than having peace with the whole of Christianity?
Would Jesus care more about rigid continuity than charity?
In some Orthodox Christians circles, their "Christianity" is not Christian at all for they have become so obsessed with being "right" that they've forgotten what right things really matter.
I hope that I am not the only one who feels this way.
I am not trying to start a debate or controversy.
Just look into your heart and ask yourself if you are living out your faith in the way that Jesus would want you to.
May peace be upon thee nad with thy spirit.