Moderation

Patience
“Everything in moderation including reality” Julz Miller

Are you patient enough?

“Patience is the art of concealing your impatience” Guy Kawasaki

Finally you found an interesting post in WordPress.

You are unable to resist the temptation of reacting in the form of a ‘comment’.

You are charmed to take part in the discussion.

You race to leave your comment in the comment box.

Now hit the ‘post your comment’ button.

Immediately you get a popup ‘your comment is awaiting moderation’.

Moderation

If that is the case 

✔ Are you OK with this?

✔ Do you get annoyed?

✔ Do you find time to check whether the person has responded to your comment since the response might have been lost in the ocean of other responses you get?

✔ Is there any chance that you may not be any more interested in interacting with this particular blogger who keeps you in suspense?

✔ Even if you are willing to wait, how long you would like to wait before you move on?

Why do bloggers keep your comment under moderation?

Many bloggers said they prefer to

  • Moderate the comments, thus safeguarding themselves from spammers and
  • From those who abuse or use filthy language
  • Since the comments received are in no way related to the post
  • Some bloggers are sensitive and get depressed if they get negative comments

There is nothing wrong in this.

It’s only the ‘response time’ from the other end, that is bothering many of the bloggers.

People with real patience are rare!

These days it’s common knowledge that nobody is patient enough to be patient.

Results should be instantaneous.

Take anything for that matter. right from your food items (instant food) to your internet speed to faster travel time and the list is long.

There is increased demand from the people to get things done as quickly as possible.

You agree with me people’s tolerance level is becoming less and less and the majority of people complain that simply they lack time.

Summary

“Even the nicest person’s patience has a limit…” Unknown 

Message

“No one ever gets tired of Loving.

But everyone gets tired of waiting, assuming, hearing lies, saying sorry and hurting” Unknown

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

This is a repost of my previous article for my new followers.

Philo

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9 thoughts on “Moderation

  1. I’ve no issues with people moderating their comments. I myself am too trusting to do this. If I find a comment inappropriate or unrelated, I delete it and block the user.

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  2. my blogs have always been set so that a brand new commenter is moderated for the first time or two then there after they are approved. i believe the real difference is if you are a blogger you know why at least the first comment is in moderation, however, if you are not a blogger & just a reader of blogs you may not be able to understand this. Being a blogger myself I have no problem with this.

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