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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Is Dating Dangerous? Part 2

Now, you as a princess have a kingdom to protect too. Your heart. If you started dating a boy a month and then ditching him, you would have divided your heart. Instead of having all of your heart to give, you have divided it out into pieces that cannot be reattained. It becomes broken into little pieces, just like the kingdoms. And then the boys that you have dumped will more than likely be hurt by being "ditched".

Here is another danger. You could be dumped. Then what?

So, back to the original question "Is dating dangerous?" Yes, or I should rephrase the question. "If you are not planning to get married to the boy, is dating dangerous?" YES. Maybe not for your body, but for your mind and your heart it is. Every boy that you are just "having fun with" is ripping your rose, even if it is just slightly. And, you are ripping him. Remember the cake idea? Well, you could "eat" some of the prince's "cake" and leave only a portion of the cake and of the beauty it could have before you ate it. His princess would not like that, just like you would not like it if that happened to your prince's "cake", or, in real life, his heart.

I put the verse Jeremiah 17:9 on the top of this post because it does remind us of something. You cannot always follow your heart. It wants the fleshly things, the earthly things. It wants to have a boyfriend because everyone else has one, or it wants one because it feels lonely.

Remember what it says in The Bible, in Jeremiah 17:9 (NIV)
"The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?"
Jeremiah 17:9

1 comment:

  1. Excellent post! I was thinking on how weird the dating system is: meet, try each other out, break up, repeat process. After a while this has got to hurt! And people who date admit it. The Internet actually have tips on how to keep from crying and being depressed after a break-up. If it hurts them that much, why do they keep on doing it? A little crazy, I think.