I would like to restate the Un-Blog guidelines for comments. We have a lot of new participants, and I want to ensure we are on the same sheet of music.
- Comments must be positive and not critical of the church or brethren.
- If you feel the Spirit while you write it, we will feel it as we read it, and we will all benefit from your time and words.
- I prefer comments that are relevant to the discussion at hand, though I have let many through that were inspiring.
- Sincere questions are always welcome.
- Personal stories should be uplifting and relevant to the discussion.
- Comments should be 250 words or less. (This is new, but important, so that the Un-Blog content remains interesting and readable.)
Lastly, I don’t intend to make the Un-Blog an open forum. I want to keep it a safe environment for the Un-Blog family. I loved TDG’s phrase about allowing negative comments as “Casting swine before pearls”. I feel very protective of the sanctity of the content, and the need to keep it focussed and inspired.
I read every comment carefully before it is posted. I sometimes return a comment if it is hard to read, hard to understand or rambling and ask the author to improve it.
You know I love you and value your participation.