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We Are Many People
We Are Many People
By Tony DeLorger © 2011
Hateful people live in fear, surreptitiously knowing that life affords them little. Their actions a magnet to folly and the Karma of a life of ill-intent, hateful people bare the wounds of a tainted existence. They become the reality of their most poignant nightmare, a self-envisioned epitaph of their own slow demise. Hateful people, because of themselves, become administers of blind justice and retribution, enacting their internal pain and rage against the world. Hateful people do not learn from life, they endeavour to torture it into submission. Redemption is without consideration.
Victims live in a torturous world of condemnation and vilification, brought on by their need to feel the attention and pity of those around them. They see everything wanting, nothing good enough and life a series of blows directed purely at them, to continue their suffering on earth. Their dream is to attain all they want in life as compensation for their misery. But no matter how they try to attain, whether they do or not is inconsequential, as it wouldn’t be good enough anyway. Victims do not learn from life because life is the perpetrator of pain and grief, the results of what they expect. They cannot move forward because they are addicted to the victim behaviour, the only way they know to behave. There is no redemption, only oppression.
Sad people live in limbo between what is wrong with the world and what could possibly be. Their actions are for self-preservation only, unwilling to find their feet and make a stance in life. In fear of failure and vulnerability they exist in a state of purgatory, mourning the harshness of life and the improbability of hope. Their sadness is a surrendering of the will to live a vibrant life, choosing to exist at the periphery. Their dream is for someone to save them, be their strength and drag them into a happy and fulfilling world. Redemption is only possible if someone assists their cause.
Loving people live in hope, knowing that eventually people will realise that answers lie in the acts of love and compassion. Their actions are for the common good, gaining empathy and understanding from all quarters, opening their hearts to everyone. Their dream is that humanity relinquishes the need for contention and greed and that harmony and peace will one day prevail. Loving people nurture and preserve life, learning from each wrong move to better serve a positive world. They accept and adhere to affirmative ideologies that are the guidance to a better more fulfilled life.