Monday, October 4, 2010

Should I Tell My Story, or Let it Go?

I haven't posted here in quite a while, so I don't know if any one is still checking this site out.  But if you are, I'd like your input.  Last week, as you may be aware, there was quite a debacle over at Mormon Matters, a blog which I've been co-administrating for the past 2 years.  John Dehlin, the owner and founder of the blog has told his story of what happened here.  If you want links to where it's been discussed around the Bloggernacle, go here.  But I haven't told my side of the story publicly.  I'm thinking it might be best to just let it go.  By now, it's water under the bridge, because, GUESS WHAT!  The bloggers that got "released" at Mormon Matters have started a new blog.  I hope you'll visit us over at




And if you're reading, leave me a comment here.  Do you think I should spill my version of events on my personal blog?  Or should I just move on?

11 comments:

MoHoHawaii said...

I read just about every post but comment rarely.

Th. said...

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I follow this blog.

Michael Carpenter said...

Let it go, this too shall pass.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJKythlXAIY

Bored in Vernal said...

Mike! I think you've sent me that one before!!

Bored in Vernal said...

I must not be learning my lesson...

k said...

I say tell your story. It's good for us to hear what your side is.

Bookslinger said...

Wait six months or longer, and then tell your side of the story in the most charitable way possible.

I haven't read any side of the story yet, but I can guess.

If you can't tell the story charitably to all parties, then keep on waiting.

Bored in Vernal said...

:)

Anonymous said...

The more time passes on this, I say absolutely tell your side.

reed russell said...

The more time passes on this, I say absolutely tell your side.

Jacob said...

I personally believe that you should just let it go. Enmity is never a good thing. We have our families; I believe that instead of telling it to everyone, you should just tell it to your family.