If are in.. get out quick!
If are in.. get out quick!
in the first place, if people start such things, they obviously have failed to see the consequences of their actions. and some even fool themselves into thinking that it is justified, citing excuses like "other half never show me enough attention". in the first place, if you did not bother to try and bring it to the other party's attention what the problem is..
Why should we impose our values on others?
Why shuld I get out?
at the end of the day, we can only control ourselves. if all you have in response is "it's my choice", then you have a choice to murder, and then society has a choice to put you to death... you have a choice to kidnap a child and keep it as a sex slave, and society has the choice to punish you.
your refutation amounts to circular logic. in the dark, we all know what is right and what is wrong - i'd like to believe that. and marriage, from a personal point of view, is a promise - a man who cannot keep his promises is not a man worth respecting. and this respect isn't from others, that's not important in life. it's about how you can look in the mirror every morning.
Last edited by night86mare; 23rd July 2010 at 02:09 PM.
For a moment I told you meant the Stock Market.
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Let's set aside the murderers and the kidnappers, that muddles the water.
If a person decide to get involve in an affair, that is his or her choice. He or she must then pay for the consequences. But still, it's their choice.
Btw, why are we so sure, it's his fault and not hers?
B says: it is not our right to impose our values and beliefs
do you notice that B is actually attempting to impose his belief that it is not our right to impose our values and beliefs on others?
i think, let's introduce C, the one who remains silent - he's the one who really believes that.
also, kidnapping and murder are also potentially morally grey areas - why shouldn't we extend the statement to these as well?
Last edited by night86mare; 23rd July 2010 at 02:21 PM.
first of all, i don't think TS is imposing anything, because he just post a link and an sentence of advice.
it is just like any other post in CS... advice to benefit others...
secondly, imho, if my wife cheat on me, that's her problem. i believe in karma, and she will have to bear the consequence of her action.
The main negative effect of adultery is that it break family up... and it is bad especially one has children. So if there are no such effects, then maybe it is not so bad... but i am very very afriad of karma!
a friendly discussion brother...
let's face the reality - that karma doesn't actually matter. what matters is yourself, and what you do with yourself.
you should be a good person because it is simply put - better.