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As a christians is it wrong to be blunt and direct when commenting on Hubs or any other time?


I have no problems being blunt and direct when making my comments on Hubs. There may be some who consider it rude. So if this is true, when Jesus Christ called Scribes and Priests "vipers", was he being blunt or rude?

 

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Best Answer Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) says

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    graceinus 4 years ago

    Your right. To be honest a person we sometimes need to be blunt or direct to hto help others. We can't or shouldn't surger coat our opinions just to make one feel better. Many thanks ReneeDC1979


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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 4 years ago

    Exactly Jennshealtstore, The ego drive the negative, compassion drives the positive. I am lucky, through years of work, when I am mean I laugh at myself. We all know what mean is.


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    graceinus 4 years ago

    Ericdierker- you wisdom continues to impress me. It is always my hope that what comment we read it causes us to think first. I like to think that be blunt and direct is just the rough side of being honest.

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SwordofManticorE says

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    graceinus 4 years ago

    What is this nine fruits of the law. I have not heard of this.


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Sean Matthew (Seanar) says

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    graceinus 4 years ago

    I prefer all my comment to be kind in nature, however being blunt and direct is an option I never rule out. There's the right time a place for it. As a christian the most important of any comment is honesty. And you're right, it make sense. Thanks.


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    graceinus 4 years ago

    It's never my intent to belittle anyone in my coments , but at times it may come out sounding like it. And like you said , " even when the truth hurts". And this even applies when it's directed at me. Thanks snapbackbetty.

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    graceinus 4 years ago

    Deep Minds- Every opinion, regardless of the subject, is based on belief. It is not always a requirement to have facts or proof for ones opinion.The absent of proof does not make the opinion right or wrong. In many cases opinions are based on faith.


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    Pn'N (PlanksandNails) 4 years ago

    Are you saying that "tickling" is sometimes a better approach to getting your point across? When a feather is wielded, it is definitely a less blunt approach ;)


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