I'd like to take a moment to remind all of cyber space that when you post a comment on a YouTube video, blog post, Facebook page, Twitter account, or news articles that there is a real person on the other end, and that that real person has very real feelings.
We see a lot about cyber bullying on the news with teenagers, but what you don't see is the fact adults are JUST AS GUILTY.
It may seem like you're doing the world a favor by commenting on a video and telling a 14 year old girl that she needs voice lessons but I guarantee you she'll take it to heart and probably start crying.
You may be 100% convinced and convicted of your belief system but that does not give you the right to ruin someone's day by calling them a moron, ingrate, idiot, or any other name that strikes your fancy.
I'm not sure what kick some people get by insulting others anonymously. Quite frankly it's cowardly. I realize that this is a Christian blog, and that non-Christians will disagree with my convictions. I am Okay with that! But insulting me, my husband, children, marriage etc. etc. is just plain hurtful.
I shouldn't need to grow thick skin just so someone else can behave badly.
I love what Connie from Smockity Frocks says on this today on her blog. It's unfortunate that civil discussions seem so hard on the internet.
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