Fear and Hate
People fear failure. People hate failure. Failure, for them, demoralizes identity. Failure, for them, devastates individuality. It extinguishes the hope. It terminates the dream. It distorts the reality. It degenerates the self. Failure is blameworthy. Failure is at fault.
Failure, for them, begets rejection, begets falsification. The failed individual rejects itself, rejects its reality. It falsifies the truth. It falsifies others. Though rejection cannot alter the reality. Though falsification cannot change the truth. Failure, for them, breeds rationalization, breeds arrogance. The failed individual rationalizes its inability, rationalizes its failure. It becomes self-opinionated. It becomes self-righteous. Though self-opinionatedness is not justness. Though self-righteousness is not righteousness. Failure, for them, defies logic, fuels emotion. Failure metamorphoses the individual, the rejecter of itself, into the injurer, of itself, and of others.
Failure, people blame for this demoralization of identity. Failure, people fault for this devastation of individuality. However, the demoralization is not the doing of failure, but the doing of fear of failure. The devastation is not the doing of failure, but the doing of hate of failure. The individual’s own fear does the demoralization. The individual’s own hate does the devastation.
It is fear that begets rejection, that breeds rationalization. It is hate that begets falsification, that breeds arrogance. It is fear of failure that demoralizes identity. It is hate of failure that devastates individuality. It is own fear and own hate that metamorphose the individual, the rejecter of itself, into the injurer, of itself, and of others.
Fear and Hate