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Posted on Sep 25, 2017 at 09:53 PM

Hello fellow MM friends today is a good day, but I have a question and that question is , at what point is it acceptable to use vulgar language,  especially when you are the leader of a major company,  head of the family,  etc. 

 

For me it is never acceptable, when I was growing up many in my circle use a lot of foul words / language, but after I got save and drawn into the tender loving care of my Lord and Savior I had a really great transformation,  and during that transformation my Lord and Savior became my teacher along with the Father, and Holy Spirit.  

 

And after reading studying and digesting the word of God I realize just how ignorant I was. But after being born again, I now realize that many in the world are not taught  properly about true righteous living,  and therefore because of that many true Christians are just wearing Christianity as a badge and not a lifestyle. So if you're man enough or woman enough find time to read the word of God from Genesis to revelation and continue to study, digest, dissect the word of God so it will bring you all the joy, love and happiness you could ever hope for.

 

Acting in an unrighteous and vulgar manner is not becoming for those who truly want to be good leaders. I pray and Hope that this blog dialogue will not  offend anyone, that is not the intention this blog it is merely to help those who may be in need to be inspired to to lead and do it with love and righteousness. Your reward will be much much greater. 

 

So feel free to comment but do be respectful and let us change the world with love and righteousness, and become the true leadership for the future. 

 

Absolutely nobody mom nor dad should be called a vulgar name!

 

 

Yours truly Mr Born1top. 

God bless love and peace.  It takes a real man to apologize when he's wrong.


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Posted on Oct 12, 2017 at 11:36 PM

Quoting 1Savvyndn:

wow... There is none righteous , except one and only one worthy to sit on judgment seat, however out of The abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. go and preach the good news right Jesus came for sinners not the writers are the perfect. I believe he called them whitewashed tombs dinner vipers, they look good on the outside , but the cop was not clean on the inside Pharisees and hypocrites maybe we should let him worry about cleaning others up and we should lift others up. encourage each other while it’s call today. Hey but what do I know just a thought maybe if you have his


Hi Ms 1Savvyndn, and thank you for your comment. 

 

To dialogue is not judging, we are all hear just to conversate, empower,  exploe, seek companionship, make friends etc.

But every now and then we have some topic that many may find off line but in reality it is just what the Dr order,  because it becomes medicine for the soul. And the right medicine brings healing even when it is spiritual,  and according to the scriptures it is not those who are healthy that need a physician but those who are sick ( Luke 5:32, Mark 2: 17, Matthew 9: 12 )...

 

 

 

Even if we choose not to use the scriptures as a way of life they have some very deep and important information that many could use to enhance their life, especially in conversation,  example: Matthew 15:11  ( it is not what goes into a man's mouth that defiles him but what comes out ), Mark 7:15 ( there is nothing from without a man, that entering into him can defile him: but the thing which  come out of him,  those are they that defiles a man.

 

So once again thank you very much for commenting,  it is a pleasure to have others commenting on such a delicate topic.

God bless love and peace...

 

 

Yours truly Mr Born1top...

 

 

 


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Posted on Oct 12, 2017 at 10:54 PM

Quoting gentilily:

Hi again, Mr. Born1top:). 

 

Yeah...I deleted my last post. I can repost it if you want, but I figured it would be best. I was just being provocative, so I said a prayer, and now I'm cured. Thank you for that! 

 

I should probably introduce myself...how rude of me. My name is Lily. Oh gosh...He's watching! Ok, ok, my name is NOT Lily. I just made it up for the internet to try and trick Millionaire men into thinking I'm flowery. But I've confessed, so there. I feel like a brand new lady...a gentilily, if you will. But, you're welcome to call me whatever you'd like. Especially since I'm almost guaranteed that it won't be vulgar. I like you, Mr. Born1top!

 

My thoughts about vulgarities are that they can appear in many forms, for different reasons, with varying impacts. I've heard curses from other parts of the world that would make you wish someone had just called you a b-word. Really. I think it's mostly here in the states that people resort to 3,4&5-letter word curses which tend to be crude, single-dimensional insults. There exists curses in the world capable of shaming an entire family for three generations. Those are the worst forms, in my opinion. They require sanctity of the purest form to rectify. Others are capable of evoking a tidal wave of damnation, felt inadequacy and ineptitude all in one sinking ship. I mean...consider "d0tard" for example. Who the heck wants to be called that?? It seems to carry a burn far more lingering than, say, "r0cket man" :/. 

 

Is always sad when vulgarities are used toward parents. Is syndromic, I think, of a fractured person or relationship rooted far beneath the actual words. 

 

 



Hi Miss Gentilliy, and thank you for commenting and for ur friendship. 

 

I like u as well,  now onto the topic at hand, Yes vulgar language is very prevalent around the world, in many languages/ tongues, however I believe that we have choices that would impact the world if we but choose to use them. 

 

It is not what others say and do but what we say and do. If we inspire others to use words and conversation that bring joy, peace, love etc. then we help make the world a better place. 

 

So be encouraged and know that when you surrender to conversation that has no vulgarity you are becoming a lady that reflects true character and sets you on a path to a virtuous lady, which I'm sure you already are.

 

 

 God bless love and peace...

Yours truly Mr Born1top...


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Posted on Oct 12, 2017 at 06:36 AM

wow... There is none righteous , except one and only one worthy to sit on judgment seat, however out of The abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. go and preach the good news right Jesus came for sinners not the writers are the perfect. I believe he called them whitewashed tombs dinner vipers, they look good on the outside , but the cop was not clean on the inside Pharisees and hypocrites maybe we should let him worry about cleaning others up and we should lift others up. encourage each other while it’s call today. Hey but what do I know just a thought maybe if you have his


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Posted on Oct 12, 2017 at 05:52 AM

Hi again, Mr. Born1top:). 

 

Yeah...I deleted my last post. I can repost it if you want, but I figured it would be best. I was just being provocative, so I said a prayer, and now I'm cured. Thank you for that! 

 

I should probably introduce myself...how rude of me. My name is Lily. Oh gosh...He's watching! Ok, ok, my name is NOT Lily. I just made it up for the internet to try and trick Millionaire men into thinking I'm flowery. But I've confessed, so there. I feel like a brand new lady...a gentilily, if you will. But, you're welcome to call me whatever you'd like. Especially since I'm almost guaranteed that it won't be vulgar. I like you, Mr. Born1top!

 

My thoughts about vulgarities are that they can appear in many forms, for different reasons, with varying impacts. I've heard curses from other parts of the world that would make you wish someone had just called you a b-word. Really. I think it's mostly here in the states that people resort to 3,4&5-letter word curses which tend to be crude, single-dimensional insults. There exists curses in the world capable of shaming an entire family for three generations. Those are the worst forms, in my opinion. They require sanctity of the purest form to rectify. Others are capable of evoking a tidal wave of damnation, felt inadequacy and ineptitude all in one sinking ship. I mean...consider "d0tard" for example. Who the heck wants to be called that?? It seems to carry a burn far more lingering than, say, "r0cket man" :/. 

 

Is always sad when vulgarities are used toward parents. Is syndromic, I think, of a fractured person or relationship rooted far beneath the actual words. 

 

 


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Posted on Oct 11, 2017 at 09:41 PM

Quoting gentilily:

But...sometimes you just really need to say "phuck" to get your point across. 😐



Hi Miss Gentilliy,  and thanks again, got ur post but not sure what happened to it.

You know life is so so much sweeter when you  avoid vulgar talk, howerver it takes time To prepare ones heart, body, mind and soul to receive such a blessing. 

 

Will chatt later thanks again, God bless love and peace. 

 

Yours truly Mr Born1top...


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Posted on Oct 10, 2017 at 10:52 PM

Quoting gentilily:

But...sometimes you just really need to say "phuck" to get your point across. 😐



Hi Miss Gentilliy!, and thank you for ur comment, I can understand ur point but my preference is still to avoid it.

Once again thank you, enjoy your search and good luck to you, do be careful, God bless love and peace.

 

 

Yours truly Mr Born1top. 


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Posted on Oct 10, 2017 at 06:59 PM

But...sometimes you just really need to say "phuck" to get your point across. 😐


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Posted on Sep 28, 2017 at 09:47 PM

Quoting rmac22:

It is unnecessary.  One can say everything worth saying without it.  Even to putting in their place those who need to be put in their place.  



Hello Mr. Rmac22:, thanks for commenting and I totally agree with you. 

 

Now we can use these moments to share with our youths on how to converse without using vulgar language. 

 

 

 

 

Thanks again,  yours truly, Mr. Born1top. 

Love and peace. 


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Posted on Sep 28, 2017 at 06:15 PM

It is unnecessary.  One can say everything worth saying without it.  Even to putting in their place those who need to be put in their place.  


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Posted on Sep 27, 2017 at 04:38 AM

Quoting leonicvirgo:

Vulgarity has been normalized in social media, but I think it is the hurd mentality of negative social change, verses the accepted, age old practices of telling someone to go to hell, and making them happy to go there, without using slimy, gutter language. It takes practice!!!...

Good to see you, Maryclaire...(:LV1:)



 

Hello STAN ! 

 

Good to see you too ..Hope everything is ok up there with you ..

 

In my opinion " GO TO HELL " is  not that bad but I think it 

Shows the degree of the anger because we don"t say it

without a reason..thus it is for adults only ..we don't say it to

Children ..here in Germany the People used to say instead 

" GO TO WHERE THE PEPPER GROWS " .. which is a mild form . 


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Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 09:33 PM

Quoting leonicvirgo:

Vulgarity has been normalized in social media, but I think it is the hurd mentality of negative social change, verses the accepted, age old practices of telling someone to go to hell, and making them happy to go there, without using slimy, gutter language. It takes practice!!!...

Good to see you, Maryclaire...(:LV1:)



Hello Mr Leonicvirgo,  and thanks for commenting,  and I do agree with you concerning media, and it is a shame that our youth are paying the price for the adults mistake. Ungodly and unruly behavior is becoming a normal way of life for many.

 

But what puzzles me is the multitude of the institutions ( schools,  churches ,  universities, etc ) we have that's not putting strong enough emphasis on how to dialogue when making deals and doing business in a way that reflects righteousness. Not all but it is like they are invisible when it comes to taking a stance.

 

When teaching about unruly Behavior we should be more serious about how to counteract the act of unrightousness. 

 

Thanks again for commenting,  we all have work to do, may we educate one another and do jt with love , and not be rebellious to truth.

 

 

 

 

Yours truly Mr Born1top.

Love and peace. 


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Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 09:18 PM

Quoting Maryclaire2000:

 

BORN, Definitely not ..Vulgar language is not acceptable for 

everybody ..It usually trace us back from what kind of Family 

and Social Environment do we come from ..

 

I never learned that kind of language..If Im angry and pissed 

one will know from my tone and calling the subject with their 

full Name..even our 2 Pets before knows it ..they run to my 

late husband and hide behind him ..thus telling them ..hmm the House wall is shaking..Lol 



Thank you Ms Mary, Yes it starts at home,  and we need more social discussion concerning unruly Behavior.

 

That may help, once again thank you, God bless love and peace. 

 

 

 

 

 Yours truly Mr Born1top. 

 Love and peace. 


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Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 07:13 PM

Vulgarity has been normalized in social media, but I think it is the hurd mentality of negative social change, verses the accepted, age old practices of telling someone to go to hell, and making them happy to go there, without using slimy, gutter language. It takes practice!!!...

Good to see you, Maryclaire...(:LV1:)


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Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 12:47 AM

 

BORN, Definitely not ..Vulgar language is not acceptable for 

everybody ..It usually trace us back from what kind of Family 

and Social Environment do we come from ..

 

I never learned that kind of language..If Im angry and pissed 

one will know from my tone and calling the subject with their 

full Name..even our 2 Pets before knows it ..they run to my 

late husband and hide behind him ..thus telling them ..hmm the House wall is shaking..Lol 


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