Blogging About Religion and the Lack Thereof


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Do you blog about your religion beliefs or your lack of beliefs? Are you concerned that if you do you might lose followers or fans because of your sincere opinion about it?

I know several bloggers who have told me that they prefer to stick to a comfortable niche; food, travel, designing, literature, etc. And when a blogger makes a post about theism, atheism, agnosticism, etc., they prefer to stay away from that topic and not to give it a like and, of course, not to comment.

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As all you know, I like to blog about things I love in my life: food (I LOVE food), travel, cats, nature, science, cycling and lifestyle in general. And yes, I try to keep my opinions about religion or the lack thereof to myself, because some people take things too seriously and sometimes they tend to be aggressive if they don’t agree with what they read.

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Personally, I get along with people of all beliefs and non-believers as well. As long as they respect me as much as I respect them, I don’t have a problem at all. I honestly think that we all can get along if we conduct ourselves with appreciation and consideration. I don’t have to convince anybody about what I do or don’t believe, but I think we all should have the right to express freely our thoughts and opinions without fear of any kind.

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My blogging is mainly about my lifestyle in general. But I have come to a point in my blog where I need to express my thoughts about religion freely. Of course, with respect and hoping everyone will agree that it is perfectly okay to disagree once in a while and still be friends.

So, what do you think? Should I start blogging about this very interesting topic?

Dr. Martha Castro Noriega, MD

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. LuxOr says:

    Certamente, penso che ognuno debba essere libero di scrivere quello che pensa purché nel rispetto delle opinioni altrui. E’ bello essere amici di chi la pensa diversamente. L’amicizia vera non teme queste cose. Un caro saluto (e scusami se scrivo in italiano).

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    1. Grazie per le tue gentili parole, LuxOr. Inizieró a scrivere piú liberamente. Scusa per il mio italiano. Un caro saluto.

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      1. LuxOr says:

        Sempre meglio del mio inglese, almeno tu ci provi a scrivere in italiano e in confidenza, lo scrivi benissimo. Un caro saluto.

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  2. bgddyjim says:

    I don’t ever hide my faith. It’s absolutely required in recovery… If I had to rely on my own dumb @$$ to recover, I’d be dead already.

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    1. “my own dumb @$$ ” …. hahahahaha, you made me laugh so much.
      True, we all need support in this life. I’m glad you are alive, healthy and thriving.

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  3. I like your post, I am more spiritual and respect other´s beliefs and I do not like being preached at, that I do not respect.

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    1. Okay, Mich, I will “try” not to “convince” you to become my faithful follower 🤣😜😬

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