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Asking Questions

PostPosted: Wed Dec 24, 2014 6:50 pm
by SnowCat
Asking questions is encouraged. Ignoring the answers to those questions is rude and disruptive. If you ask a question, and someone answers, please don't just continue as if no one had responded.

Snow

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Wed Dec 24, 2014 10:13 pm
by MsMollimizz

I've often wondered whether or not someone was just
not paying attention or didn't care/like the answer !
Gentle Light
MsMollimizz

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2015 9:09 pm
by shatteredsouls
Maybe it's not the answer they want/are looking for :/

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Wed Jan 21, 2015 5:19 am
by Luna87
There is a saying " there is no such thing as a stupid question", but I would also like to add that there are no stupid answers, it is all about how you react to that answer :) Still I agree that it is very rude not to answer back, when someone have answered your question. If you do not like the answer, still say thank you, since the other person used some of his or her energy in answering you :)

Just my personal oppinion on the thread :)

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2015 8:28 pm
by DPhoenix
Too bad there wasn't a "like" button... maybe I spend too much time on facebook...

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Sat Mar 14, 2015 3:58 am
by Seraphin_npocampo
Yes! Can we install a like button here, pretty pweaassee... :lol:

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Mon Aug 08, 2016 9:36 pm
by SaturnStar
Hi Snowcat. So much has changed in this world. Common courtesy and manners are at the top of the list of endangered societal norms. One could write a dissertation on how this has come about but I question whether or not it would have a significant effect. It is possible that people come to this site and ask a question and do not respond to answers for a number of reasons.

One of those reason may be that they visit infrequently and by the time the do get around to reading the answers they think so much time has passed that the common courtesy of responding to and thanking someone for answering their question is not necessary. That of course would be considered a lack of courtesy. A very simple and polite way to handle such an occasion would be to preface you reply with "I apologize for the length of time it has taken me to get back to you" and then offer some explanation such as "Life has been incredibly demanding lately and I have had very little time to visit my favorite website". Of course one would have to care about the feelings of others to take the time to respond that way.

Another reason may be that the person did not find the answer enlightening and feels they do not need to respond. Again a lack of common courtesy. A polite and decent person would at least find a way to say "thank you for your response, though it is not what I am seeking I appreciate the effort you have shown me". Again Snowcat such a response requires a person to care about others.

I could go on with explanations and remedies but we both know this is not a dissertation. One thing we know for sure Our actions, thoughts and spoken and unspoken words are all full of magic and magic carries unintended consequences for those that are not careful. The law of three pertains to spells. What a lot of pagans may not understand is that a spell does not necessarily have to come from structured ritual.

I hope I never find myself becoming one of those pagans.

Blessed Be

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:03 am
by Alice3
Guys your posts are so informative. Thank you so much :D

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:29 pm
by Joanna87
I do have several questions....

Question 1) I want to do a "reap what you sow spell".
I wrote one but am unsure what all I need to do it.
I was told that if I had a picture of her it would work better!
Is this true?

Question 2) I am also unsure as to what color candle or candles to use.
I have white candles is that ok?
I was told that white candles are the most commonly used because they symbolize all of the colors.
Is this true too?

Question 3) When is the best time to do a spell?
The eclipse is this Monday.... Can I do it then?

Now I don't want to curse this person, but I do want her to feel all the pain she has caused me, my family and friends over the years.
This person really gets off on hurting people and wrecking homes and marriages.
She's in my marriage now as we speak.
She's a liar and a manipulator and has been for years.... she is the type of person that fucks over you and than runs and hides so you can't confront her or she has people fight her battles for her.
She enjoys turning people against one another and yes she has done this with my husband. She purposely took herself off her birth control to get pregnant to trap my husband into staying with her. And sadly he fell for it.

I will take any and all suggestions and advice thanks!

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:11 pm
by Corbin
Joanna87 wrote:
Now I don't want to curse this person, but I do want her to feel all the pain she has caused me, my family and friends over the years.


Thats called cursing. If you can't be honest with yourself over that fact, if you have so much inflammatory baggage that you can't see that, then definitely take a step back and don't do it. Bindings and curses should never be done blindly.

Ever 'ware the curse that binds; it binds itself to you.

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:42 pm
by Joanna87
I never really thought about it as a curse.... I do appreciate the fact that you pointed it out to me.
No hard feelings, I did ask for suggestions and advice and I do respect you for your honesty.
I will take what you said and sincerely think about it a lot more!

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 7:38 pm
by Corbin
I am in no way judging you Joanna, perhaps that was unduly blunt. I'm just advising if that is your course you should be prepared to take personal responsibility for the rammifications of your actions - that begins and ends with self-honesty.

That curse however would be another knot of entanglement between her and yourself ... it does not disentangle the threads, it ultimately makes it that little bit harder to move onward with your lives. It prolongs the pain.

Its not about her and who she is - its about you and who you are?

Be blessed x

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If it harms none; do what you will. If it harms; do what you must

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 11:31 am
by lADY sKYDANCER
Joanna87 wrote:I never really thought about it as a curse.... I do appreciate the fact that you pointed it out to me.
No hard feelings, I did ask for suggestions and advice and I do respect you for your honesty.
I will take what you said and sincerely think about it a lot more!


Hi Joanna87,
Corbin has given you some good advice about getting revenge & cursing another. I do not personally think cursing is wrong although I never curse these days. I used to, but it left me feeling hollow inside for what that person had driven me to. If you still want to curse then own it! Go to town and put everything behind it, but protect yourself first!!

As for your husband and this other woman - No one can lure another into something they don't want to do. In my first marriage my husband was always 'giving in' to others women's advances. At least that's how I saw it and these women were to blame not him! After some work on my own self esteem my eyes were opened, and I can see that it was all down to him and not the other women.

Take time away Joanna, and work on how you feel about yourself. Slowly the effect this woman has on your life will fade.

All the best. x

Re: Asking Questions

PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:11 am
by beemerphill
"There is a saying " there is no such thing as a stupid question", " Trust me on this, I have heard stupid questions, and I mean STUPID questions. Most of the questions on this board are legit and reasonable, but it is quite possible that a real doozy will sneak in, and when it does, just treat it the way it should be treated.
Joanna87, your problem is not with the trashy bitch that "stole" your man. Your problem is having a man who chases cars. Let those two losers suffer by being together, and go on with your life. There are decent men out there who are looking for a good woman. You may find one of them, or you may not. Either way, you are better off without this one.
It is fun going through some of the older threads. I hope that the people who posted in them are still checking the board. Some of these threads are interesting and thought-provoking. I am liking this board more and more.