How does one get personal comments removed from another Hubber's article and contact blocked?
I asked a question about a Hub. I thought I was being respectful. I attempted to be gracious while being accused of being arrogant and prideful. I stopped making comments about 6 weeks ago. Recently someone addressed me and I responded nicely I thought. This is leading to aggressive unkind comments by the writer. I want to delete myself from participation. How do I do that????
Hi Diane. I'm not sure what is going on there but my problem has been the opposite of yours. I find a certain few hubbers, all atheists btw, delete my comments when my comments point out their error, inconsistencies or flat out deceptions and then lie about the reason they deleted them accusing me of personal attacks which couldn't be farther from the truth. They know once they delete the evidence I can not defend myself and if I try they just delete that. If someone attacks me personally, usually a matter of killing the messenger because I've presented facts they can't refute, I leave their comment as a testament to their shallow nature.
But in your case I'll bet if you just send a private message to the hubber requesting he remove all your comments (and related comments) from the hub page he would honor your request. It doesn't sound like your discourse with him or others there are enhancing the objective of his hub page, in his mind anyway. Just ask him to let you go! :-)
He's already told me that he decides what he will let get posted and what he will delete. The article is about mysticism and God and man being one? They all agreed with each other even though none of the comments were consistent. I will try privat
I do not do Bible quotes much: Proverbs 28:1 (ESV) The wicked flee when no one pursues, but the righteous are bold as a lion.
"mysticism&God and man being one?"Well that's the problem,people who buy into that kind of deception are lost&embracing lies from the pit of hell.You can't expect them to receive any truth,exactly what Mathew meant by casting pearls before sw
NO! and Heck NO! Don't you dare remove your comments. You are a good person and what you have to say needs to be said. Others do not have the words God has given you. You, as a writer must withstand the heat in the kitchen, you must remain appropriate and lay out your position. Believe me there are those who cannot and require your pen. (and we must never burn a book or delete that which was written the precedence is awful ) You know you and I do not see "eye to eye" on everything. But we see eye to eye that you have something important to add to civil discourse. As I am sure your mamma taught you as mine did to me. Do not ever back down when you speak for others, that is simply not a choice. Let the child lie mute and in slumber, let those who cannot write, thank you for your love for right to believe in a better world.
Eric,Mathew 7:6"Do not give dogs what is sacred;do not throw your pearls to pigs.If you do,they may trample them under their feet & turn & tear you to pieces.I'll bet this is what has happened toDiane who does have much add to civil discourse
Thanks Eric. I apologized because he said I was being prideful and said I will pray about pride and reflect on my actions. With regard to being intolerant, I told him that I don't apologize for believing that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God.
That is what I am talking about. You stand up and are counted. There are so many who cannot speak like you do but feel how you feel. This is a good thing that you do. Psalm 23 comes to mind.
I don't believe anyone has the right to remove comments from another writer's hubs. At best you can do is "unfollow" that specific hub so you want be notified each time someone leaves a new comment.
The next time you get a notification in your email "about a hub you are following" click the "unfollow" option. It will take you to that page to unfollow. I believe you have to be logged in though.
One of the things about making comments or leaving answers on hubs or discussion is they automatically "opt you in" to follow.
If you have no interest you in following you have to make sure to uncheck the box at the bottom when posting your comment on a hub.
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