There are practices in my Faith such as not drinking alcohol...no use of illegal drugs..No sex outside marriage ... No partisanship in politics...No gambling.. , etc. these are "rules" I've adopted since becoming a Baha'i some forty years ago. I've had no desire to be "free" from these "rules" and am quite happy how my life has turned out.
So we're aware of how people live around us and we sometimes consider them unwholesome and maybe sad for them especially when it's obvious. But since we don't accept a personage like the "Devil" that is say at war with God we don't believe the people are possessed or damned as such. They have the potential to change and grow as we do...
I think it's all about learning. People can be restricted by rules, however some need to make that bad choice in order to learn that it is a bad choice. If they are prevented from learning for whatever reason, anger and hurt will encompass their life.
I was giving advice to a teenager one day. I asked them. Do you want to learn the hard way or the easy way. They said they wanted to learn the hard way. Some just must Live the lessons to ever learn them.