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Thread: Would you cheat on your other half if....

  1. #21
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    yeah.

    like, 1-1.

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    Originally posted by wildhoney
    yeah.

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    so what if olivier martinez helped you up to your feet one windy morning... would u still control yourself. i suppose what i'm saying is we all have limits. most of us remain faithful because we have not been tested to the limits. and all of us DO have limits.

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    Originally posted by Goondu


    Level the score?
    which also mean "level the sore"

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    Which now brings us to a pretty interesting point....

    Cheating, in the physical sensem is of course, considered cheating outright.

    Now, in the grey area of emotional infidelity....

    Anyone has any views on this?
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    "High Wired, Dream Sired"

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    so what if olivier martinez helped you up to your feet one windy morning... would u still control yourself
    why not?
    he looks gorgeous on screen.
    but off (in real life),.....

    i find guys who are 'overly gorgeous' a turn off. not all, but most.

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    Originally posted by wildhoney


    why not?
    he looks gorgeous on screen.
    but off (in real life),.....

    i find guys who are 'overly gorgeous' a turn off. not all, but most.
    ok so u won't find an olivier here in singapore anyway.. but lets say he is someone who sweeps u off ur feet and blows ur mind... what then? do you drink his coffee; borrow his book, or take it a step further?

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    Originally posted by Red Dawn


    i hope i'm not offending anyone here by saying this, but....

    Atharva who?????? who's that
    Atharva Veda is a collection of hymns, poems and ceremonial formulas. It is last of the four most ancient sacred literatures of Hinduism.

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    Emotional infidelity....
    would not exist with true union between husband and wife.


    "The horizontal axis of family life is manifested primarily
    in the mutual love between husband and wife.
    The bond of marriage is regarded as divinely
    ordained in most human traditions.

    As such, it carries with it the promise of God's blessing, and should be full of love and joy.

    But love is not merely a matter of unfettered emotion".

    We must learn more about the responsibilities of marriage
    before becoming husband and wife.

    "The husband should honor his wife, never oppress or mistreat her, and always be faithful--and the wife should do likewise.

    We can argue that in this modern world of fast space living and
    lifestyle what had been noted that the scriptures of all religions also distinguish between roles of the husband and wife:

    "the husband protects and supports his wife, the head of the household yet deferring to his wife in domestic affairs"

    could not hold much reality especially in the practical issue of modern materialistic pursue.

    "The wife is obedient to
    her husband, serves him with kindness, and takes primary
    responsibility for raising the children. While of late these
    traditional roles have been questioned, they have served to
    strengthen the bonds of family through every generation".

    So then what is a good wife?
    "Not those are true husband and wife that with each other [merely]
    consort: Truly wedded are those that in two frames,
    are as one light.

    "When a family declines, ancient traditions are destroyed.
    With them are lost the spiritual foundations for life,
    and the family loses its sense of unity. Where there
    is no sense of unity, the women of the family become corrupt; and with the corruption of its women,
    society is plunged into chaos.

    Social chaos is hell for the family
    and for those who have destroyed the family as well".


    We argue what then is the highest law for husband and wife?



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    Let mutual fidelity continue until death or else don't
    get involved in marriage. Be wiser as love is sometimes
    blind. When you shed your blindness troubles start.

    Last edited by forward; 27th August 2002 at 11:31 PM.

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    humans are always selfish.........

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