Yesterday's post generated a quick response:
"you seem to be very good at not judging people! NOT! if it isn't what your views are you're very quick to condemn people. you may lead your sheep to believe that you are a peaceful and wise person, but you're not what you say you are or lead people to think you are. sorry you're sick and I hope you get to celebrate your 50th anniversary. from someone who knows"
The person responsible for this comment (either directly, or indirectly) is known to me. Hell. He's related to me. His major problem is that he is a serial cheater. He breaks up marriages. Tim and I believe that if a marriage is not working, you give your all to fixing it, or you end it. You don't sneak and cheat around, and then become outraged because people don't see you as the innocent victim. In justifying his behavior, he has said, "I may have done the wrong thing, but I've done it for the right reasons."
What?!!!! What does this mean?
Cheating is a choice, and it is a wrong one. We want our children to understand this. Anonymous is a loud mouth who wants the world to feel sorry for his latest mess. He cannot stop condemning his soon to be ex-wife. He feels that it is 'telling his side of the story'. He seeks to justify his own behavior. That's all, and if you think that he's wrong, the name calling begins.
"Our lady of immaculate perfection."
He thinks himself quite clever.
The fact is this. People have a right to their opinions. Anonymous spouts his opinions all the time. He does not seem to understand that other people can have different opinions, and that this is the way of the world. He ridicules and criticizes others endlessly. His opinions are, of course, the only right ones.
I had a choice here. I could have blocked all anonymous comments, but I chose not to. I love to hear from people like DavidM and BB's mum, two other 'anonymous' commenters that spring to mind right away. I'd hate to miss them. I have enabled comment moderation and will simply delete Anonymous' comments from now on in. He has nothing of importance to add. We don't welcome his anger and his deceitful chaos into our lives, and I will not welcome it on my blog. I think at this point, it would behoove him to simply shut up and leave well enough alone.