I decided to post about a sensitive subject - internet stalking - after reading a fellow blogger's post this morning. I read the words she'd written and I immediately thought about my own internet stalker and how much I've wanted to write about this but so far avoided it. I'm not going to skirt around the issue any longer but instead, come right to the point.
According to Flame.com, an internet stalker is "simply a troll that has attached itself to an individual." This stalker has a personal vendetta against you, whether real or imaginary, and they attempt to take everything you say as something personal.As a side note: it's interesting that they take things personally but leave anonymous comments (which are easily traceable).
This definition fits my internet stalker perfectly. This person took a post I wrote as something personal against her and used it to her advantage (my disadvantage.) The truth is, this post had absolutely nothing to do with said person, but that really doesn't matter because stalkers think that the entire world revolves around them and, if you're writing a blog post, you're writing about them - who wouldn't since they're on everyone's minds at all times?
I do want this stalker to know that I am fully aware of visits to this blog. I know what time you visit, what search page you have bookmarked to get here, and the pages you see. You seem interested in Scripture - I hope it's because you wish to learn from God's Word. If it's simply to dig up dirt on me to report to others who will then try to destroy me, forget it. The Bible speaks for itself and if you have a problem with it convicting you, take it up with God. And I'll warn you ahead of time - God always wins.