sandra wrote:Yeah just don't make it all your life
story. It doesn't deserve to be your
life story. At the end of the day,
you are suffering more than
you need to in which makes the others
around you suffer just the same.
Don't live the rest of your life in resentment,
no one should live that way, those things
should not be the things that take up
much space in our hearts and minds.
What has been done has been done,
if you stay and suffer it is your own
fault. Get over yourself and your husband
and let gods love count for something.
I would hope your life is not equal to your
husbands affair. At the end of the
day looking at the life of Christ,
to waste away your years with these
things in your heart is shameful, is filth.
Infiltrating the lives of others you accept
selfishness before the lord becoming
one in the same, a love affair.
What is the truth that you have not
found yourself out of this mess inside
of you? You want to live a life in Christ
I would hope you could see yourself
out of much more. Pick yourself back up.
Don't be a cheater.
I doubt anything here was unknown and whatever words are used, a promise was made and that promise is designed so that it is supposed to endure hardship. How would Christ feel about someone who breaks their promises when the squall hits? Is it ok to break the promise once the mate breaks the promise first? Christ was bound to serve God and what if when he started getting tortured he decided to no longer serve God? I'm sure He'd understand better than anyone the desire to lead a healthier life. Well I might have to do something even if it's not "ok". It's not that I don't think ethics apply to me but I, perhaps selfishly, am contemplating leaving it behind me so as to be genuinely happier.