old flames & temptation, Facebook to blame
Well it seems that Facebook leads to sex, being unfaithful, sinful and dirty. Well at least a NJ pastor says.
“I’ve been in extended counseling with couples with marital problems because of Facebook for the last year and a half,” he said. “What happens is someone from yesterday surfaces, it leads to conversations and there have been physical meet-ups. The temptation is just too great.”
Neptune pastor tells married church leaders to stop using Facebook
Lots of us have Facebook accounts to be close to our friends (new and old). At times, we find someone who was part of our lives (old flames) whom we still hold some level of friendship. Restarting this or that friend shouldn’t matter because by the time we meet them again most of them are married, committed and/or have children. Nonetheless you should know better to simply keep your pants on.
On a personal note, in my Facebook account, I’ve got my friends from high school (some whom I’ve been friends with since elementary school), college (two different ones), work (past & present), church (that crazy bunch), related friends (friends of friends who’ve become good friends of mine, including an ex), some family (mom, oldest sister, nephews & son) and even a fellow conservative (politics) both in the States and abroad (as far as Taiwan to the east and Chile to the south). Most of my friends do the same especially to be close with our old friends who live all over the world nowadays.