Common Sense With A Spiritual Aspect On Divorce! Part 6
As time moves on in this 21st century what was once a taboo idea of dating on-line with the internet has now become acceptable it’s quick, easy and accessible to all providing you have internet connection and the time to go surfing.
Well so it would seem! Any one can join any site fill out a profile and go fishing but be warned it’s not as easy as you might think for many reasons and here are just a few you might want to consider.
People are people, which means every one has a very different idea or agenda of what the site is meant to do or deliver.
Some are serious; some just think it’s a form of entertainment. Some will put a great deal of thought into their profile trying to attract what it is they truly want.
Others may not give it much thought and just type the first thing that comes into their minds with not much thought for who might be reading it.
The real danger here is when you get a serious browser who meets and greets a person that’s just on the site for fun, I will explain.
Conversing on-line should not be any different to face to face with regard to respect for other people’s feelings. We should all be honest, truthful and aware of other people’s feelings and emotions.
It’s not acceptable to be rude, crude, hostile or disrespectful in any form what so ever. It’s a lot harder to do this or tolerate it in a face to face situation, but on-line because we are all hidden behind our screens of cyber space some people think its ok to behave with out manners or consideration for others.
This can lead to a lot of heart ache and unnecessary emotional turmoil. Maybe you are a strong character and can just shrug off negative feelings, comments or rudeness but please remember that not all people can cope with this. Its my suggestion here that if you are on-line or involved in any dating sites that you always respond to any one that has taken the time to write to you or correspond. Even if you’re not interested in them or their profile just put together a few lines to say something like…
“Thank you for your interest in my profile however you are not for me, thanks again, and good luck in you’re searching” how nice is that. The most important message here is simply treat others as you want to be treated not just on-line but in your every day life. It will pay you dividends in a very spiritual way.
In my next and final instalment of part 7 of 7 I will continue to write about dating on-line, the should do and the and the should not’s which will have my continued theme of common sense and some more spiritual aspects as always.
I look forward to seeing you soon.
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