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I allow myself to hate no one because hatred is the poison of the soul and the earth. Anger is sometimes justified, but it should be worked through. Who do I hate? no one because I will not allow that poison into my life.
Wow, the forgiveness of Jesus and the patience of buddha. I am not familiar with such tranquility in my life. Denying anger is great but I have no such self discipline.
Denying anger is not anger management. Anger is a valid emotion and if the source of anger is not articulated, how can it be fixed? How can I be vigilant and courageous about those in power accountable without objecting to the willful ignorance of shyster politicians?
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Honestly, I think it's okay to hate some people. I have had people in my life who, through their actions towards me, deserve none of my respect anymore. Their actions were atrocious and unforgivable. I'm not the type to "forgive and forget" because some things should not be.
That said, I don't think it's possible to hate somebody without having loved them to begin with. Or having loved a concept related to them. For there to be hatred there has to be a love for someone orsomething behind the hatred - otherwise why would we care so much to put so much passion behind dislike?
So to sum up, I guess you could say I only am able to truly hate somebody that I once loved almost as equally. Really quite depressing to think about.
there are a few people i hate but they are also irrelevant to me. i won't say who they are but they know that i hate them so they keep away from me.
It's hard for me to truely hate someone, only because I don't let people get too close. I can't get hurt by them; therefor don't have a reason to hate them either.
On the other hand there are people that I simply can't stand including:
The person I hate the most is ME, MYSELF, I.
And one of the primary reasons why I hate myself the most is I am often so weak and wicked I harbor hatred for others.
There is no one I care about enough to hate. There are people I dislike. But I don't have enough interest in them to put in the time or energy to hate them.
I never hate anyone, but if I have to choose, I cannot stand the liar persons, those who wear masks and back stabbing others and the double dealers, who show different faces to different people
by Vipul Patel19 months ago
What to do when people hate you for no reason?
by mintinfo5 years ago
Is hate UN-Godly?How can people who claim to believe in God practice hate? Unless they are saying that their righteousness is more than God, what conditions would facilitate hate?
by Hotplate7 years ago
Does anyone really take these people seriously?
by ilmiguy4 years ago
Why are people converting to islam ?On weekly basis, I come to know new muslims in my area. Everybody hate islam but still why are people converting to islam ?
by Patricia Scott3 years ago
Is it Christian to show disdain and hatred toward those of other religious beliefs & races?Sometimes it is confusing when someone professes to be a Christian and then they are so filled with hatred toward those...
by SwordofManticorE5 years ago
This may also include sinners or homosexuals. How many times have we read signs from those who call themselves christians that "God hates sinners"? So is it wrong for them to hate God back?
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