Fidelity and adultery
April 2, 2009 5:20pm CST
Is fidelity in a relationship overrated? given a chance to flirt / engage in Promiscuous behavior in a situation when no one will ever know, how many of us would just leave aside our morals our values and just indulge in that anonymous moment with no qualms? and is it really wrong? afterall what you dont know cannot hurt you? Can it?
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4 Apr 09
Human minds love to wander and when relationship tends to be relax, this is the time that the flesh seeks approval from other individuals either in thoughts or actual involvement. If no one knew it and you're not a God-believer, then you are free to enjoy your hallucinations. But if you are a Christian, you will feel the guilt of doing it. This depends on one's belief in life.
2 Apr 09
"...how many of us would just leave aside our morals our values and just indulge in that anonymous moment with no qualms?" That assumes that we all share the values and morals that say promiscuity and infidelity are wrong. I don't. My morality on this issue revolves around not lying about it, and in not getting involved with someone for who infidelity would be an issue. Lash
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2 Apr 09
Would it be okay with you if the love of your life had a blissful moment with another person and never told you? Are you okay with the idea that your partner may eventually do this to you, or perhaps already has and you just have no idea? What if you do cheat, and end up with an STD, or worse... an illegitamte child? Is that okay? Cheating is wrong! Lying is wrong! If you are not going to be faithful to the person who loves you, then you should at least be honest. You have no idea how much it hurts to find out that not only have you been cheated on repeatedly, you've also been lied to and made to feel like a fool. It robs you of your dignity, of your self respect, and ruins your trust for any other man.