Many answers on this site don't really have tangible sources such as citations from scriptures or the internet. My question is, if someone's answer is based on their practices growing up and conversations they have had with family members and gurus, is there a need for a source to verify that information?
I think that there's a lot of variety in practices within the Hindu community, so it seems useful to hear from multiple angles; some questions will simply have more than one correct answer depending on whom you ask.
Also, sometimes it can be very hard to find an internet source or passage from scripture to support an idea that you internally understand and have been brought up with, but have never sought concrete verification for besides word of mouth.
Should we allow answers based on personal experience and teachings? If so, would it be important to declare that in the answer itself, assuming that no other source is provided (obviously we don't want blatantly incorrect guesses based on nothing at all)?