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The Slider wrote:As others have stated, cheating is a concept that is completely arbitrary so it can only be relative to your expectations. To add though, this depends on not just her expectations but also yours. If you form the opinion that this is not cheating, then you would also conclude that if your spouse disagrees and believes it is in fact cheating, she is incorrect and probably not the right person for you.
Slim Kracka wrote:It is cheating regardless of what kind of religion you believe in unless it is noted that you are infact both okay with it and both parties are fine with it.
Sephiroth9611 wrote:Slim Kracka wrote:It is cheating regardless of what kind of religion you believe in unless it is noted that you are infact both okay with it and both parties are fine with it.
So are you saying that as long as Christian Boy X and Christian Girl Y agree cheating is okay, then religion doesn't count in the equation? In other words, religion for you is a personal philosophy rather than being Absolute Truth until Itself?
Cloud Strife wrote:My outlook is cheating is wrong however you cut it.
Cloud Strife wrote:I won't agree and say cheating is okay because like you I prefer her vaginal walls are mine and whatnot if we are dating.
Cloud Strife wrote:The thing becomes who am I say what is personal philosophy or absolute truth.
Cloud Strife wrote:Personally, it's none of my business what other people do or think.
Cloud Strife wrote:Again if both parties think it is okay and they are okay with said circumstances then to me that is their business.
Cloud Strife wrote:I do believe in karma and it's ways do in fact create waves. To you it may count in the equation but to someone else it may not.
Cloud Strife wrote:Cheating is wrong. I just refuse to tell someone they are wrong because religion said so. It kinda like someone forcing there beliefs down your throat in my eyes.
So you are denying even the existence of a natural law? What if those people are hurting other people?
So you are saying that you believe in something, but deny that it has any purpose? If you believe in karma does what we normally think of when we think of karma, then you must think it exists and does what it does regardless of whether someone else counts in the equation. Do you believe that these waves affect other people regardless of if they believe in them?
If a child reaches out to touch a hot pan, would you prevent the child from doing so in order to prevent the child from being burned? Why would you do this?
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