This woman was watching her music minister in a critical manner and then bashed him on the internet - portraying herself as the "righteous" one who prays at dinner in public.
If you work with people, you'll encounter Nosy Rosie's. They're at schools, in the office, in the pews and online. Here are three tips to help you deal with your snoopy "friends:"
1. Privacy ended with the internet and smartphone. Everything you type is cached with Google. Every American now carries a camera and video camera in their pocket at all times.
2. Social media has made every American a news reporter. If someone runs out of things to talk about themselves, they'll begin talking about you.
3. Acknowledge them in the act. If you know someone is eavesdropping on your conversation, turn and ask them what they think. If someone is reading your text messages over your shoulder, ask them how they'd respond to the text.
The Bible warns us about gossips and busybodies (1 Timothy 5:13) - be prepared how you'll respond to the next Nosy Rosie.
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