Perhaps, if you love someone, let him go. If he comes back to you then he is yours. If he doesn’t you know he’s with me! Heh heh don’t get mad, that’s just food for thought to provoke your mind a little.
Just thinking aloud. If I were to go out for a one-on-one dinner with a married friend of the opposite sex, will he be considered as cheating his other half?
Let me elaborate. If I were to have a mentally and spiritually stimulating conversation with a married male friend over an informal relaxed dinner at a hip mamak outlet, discussing life’s peculiarities and exchanging thoughts on many things in our lives, would he be cheating on his wife?
Let’s just say, we were connecting intellectually and spiritually, not romantically and very far from sexually (because I’m a reborn Virgin, yeah in my ass, heh heh). Would he be cheating on his wife?
It also depends on which side of the coin you’re looking at of course. As a liberal, I think that’s not called cheating. More like chatting, I guess. But, some of my not so liberal friends don’t agree with me on this.
So when is a cheat not a cheat? I read an article in a local newspaper. The writer said, even if you have not acted on your feelings for a third party, you are still cheating. Wow! I must be cheating on Abang Iman every time my heart goes bonker over Brad Pitt then? Heh heh 🙂
This is why I think it’s important to not judge the book by its cover. Judgement is a self-belief, not a fact. In fact, The Holy Quran (verse 2:185) asks us to use our ears to listen, open our eyes to see and feel with our hearts first before we decide to take a stand on anything.
Tell me, which side of the coin are you on? Share with me, there is no right or wrong answer, for I will not judge you.