A fellow blogger just said something that prompted me to write this blog. Since she mentioned self-deception, I thought I would examine what I believe I am really looking at. I’ve come a long way (to underdstand this post fully, you need to read the previous 3-4 blog posts).
In the natural, I am looking at words on a message board that I’m not sure who is saying what. From the looks of it, there are several females vying for the same man. If by chance I can figure it out (sometimes I can) the two parties who are supposedly in love never address each other by name.
This “love relationship” is being played out in a very PUBLIC way on a message board. When I see things like this whether it be on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, I always wonder what the motive is behind a so-called “relationship” being played out for everyone to see. To me, it seems quite odd. Almost like it’s for the benefit of the observers. After all, if there is so much love between the two, wouldn’t they want to conduct it privately? It’s all very odd to me.
When my heart was more involved in this whole thing, I used to talk to two friends about it (it’s been years now) and they both would laugh and think it was all utterly ridiculous. They just couldn’t take an online public relationship seriously and they used to yell at me for putting any stock in it. I finally get it and agree. That along with seeing this happen before and the length of time it’s dragged out makes me unconcerned.
To my knowledge this online relationship has not been taken offline. I know that there is always that possibility that it could go offline, but I trust what God showed me. I had a dream when these two people were about to meet, the man turned into Michael Jackson. Kind of self-explanatory. You can’t meet a person who is dead (Nobody is dying).
I also know that when you are really in love with someone, you abstain from any type of relationship (sexual or otherwise) with anyone else and I don’t believe that is the case.
I have been watching the drama of Tina Campbell, of gospel group Mary Mary and her cheating husband and how he is now trying to mend his relationship with his wife after having multiple affairs with countless women. Yet he swears he loves his wife! That has got to be a man thing. Men separate their heart and their body and they swear they can sleep with other women and still be in love with someone else. Well, if that is their definition of love, you can keep it.
If you just “stumbled” with someone recently, I question the love you claim to have for your woman. You may have feelings of affection for her, but if it hasn’t kept you from getting sexual with someone else, it’s not really love. When you really love a woman you will abstain, not pick the woman who you believe will forgive your indiscretions.
Finally, it’s so easy to claim love when you have never been in someones presence and you don’t really know them. That is called infatuation. And don’t let the man or woman have a little notoriety and money; then everyone is in love! lol It’s the one who is ignoring you who you should pay attention to! lol
Online stuff is very interesting. I was watching a real life situation play out the other day. This girl claimed she had fallen in love with this guy, and he with her. She and her Dad traveled around the world to meet him and you could see her whole demeanor change. In my opinion it was the physical that changed everything. She was less attracted to him after she met him. There are so many variables when you meet online.
From my perspective THAT is what I’m looking at. Some words of love, stumbling with others (fornication) and someone who is star-struck and doesn’t have a clue who they are dealing with. I know that sounds cruel, but it’s not. It’s just the truth. I just don’t believe it’s real anymore.
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