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— Here is “The Voice of Experience,” trying to help you
avoid the mistakes I’ve made: I’ve been “dogged”
in my persistence with dating websites, which I’ve found,
for men, are not the way to go. Biblically, from (Romans 7:7),
it is not desiring a woman that is wrong, it is coveting
a woman! (You have to let a woman decide on you, and let her
interest in you be known to you.) It doesn’t hurt
(as Jackson Browne said) to “let your prayers
go drifting off to space.”
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republished December 24, 2020
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I’ve been “dogged” in my persistence with dating websites, which I’ve found, for men, are not the way to go unless you are “a hunk, with money,” (and then you’ll pretty much have your choice, mostly — but this is not me). Ladies, think, what kind of a man is he? Really, you have to try and try in life, and as the Buddha concluded, “attachments” bring suffering. Biblically, from (Romans 7:7), it is not desiring a woman that is wrong, it is coveting a woman! (You have to let a woman decide on you, and let her interest in you be known. Nothing turns a woman off more than a really needy man.) And she is going to find out most everything about you before you learn too much about her. Get used to it. Pray for the One!
You just have to wait for God, and the greater community of women you live in, begin to see the truth about you, and so — if you are so very lucky, bring you your heart’s desire. It doesn’t hurt, as Jackson Browne said, to “let your prayers go drifting into space.” And it is very helpful, if you don’t mind, to start attending a large church. Personally, I attended a Unitarian-Universalist church (www.uua.org) for many years and found them a great venue to explore various spiritual beliefs. I experimented with several Christian denominations and belonged to the United Church of Christ ucc.org for several years, but of course we are mostly separated from that venue in this troubled time of the coronavirus.
And if you’ve done wrong in your life, you should be humble about it. Women all have ESP, and these days they all have cell phones, too! I realize that mostly this article will help men, but I have suffered personally on dating sites and with some “wrong-minded” women, I am lonely, and would appreciate the friendship of a good woman. I am 63 and on disability (for now), but am not without resources. Anyone interested (especially around Wooster, Ohio), send an email to me, Paul, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a couple articles that should help everyone: from MIT Technology Review via Pocket: How to Tell If You’re Talking to a Bot, no date, by Will Knight – “The five best ways to detect fake social-media accounts.” See on Infomania, The Sexbot Scam: Don’t Be Fooled By A Fake Dating Profile, April 24, 2018, by Melanie Fourie: “Online dating is not without its hiccups. One such pitfall is the horde of fake bots that clog the sites you love to use. In fact, a shocking 59% of all online traffic is (as of two years ago) generated by bots, including dating sites, social media websites, and even online poker.” PE: In 2018 you started seeing titles on the tech sites like: “2018: The Year The Machines start taking over.” Elon Musk, owner of Tesla and SpaceX, believes that humanity must quickly begin “merging our minds with technology,” or risk becoming “irrelevant.” Did you know that interacting with the internet for even one-half hour changes our minds in measurable ways? Get a laptop! (Or at least send me an email!)
Here’s the thing (I guess I need to explain): Ladies, you could say (and anyone who knows would agree), I’ve had some really bad karma. And I know that nobody much believes in that new-agey, astrology stuff [except Ronald Reagan and (I think, somewhat), the C.I.A.] Lol. But here’s the thing. My astrological birth chart says that I will have a real hard, difficult life, except then it will get much better. It says that the last part of my life will be really good. I’m waiting for just one Ohio woman to flip my karma to the good part! — email@example.com