Many of us recognize that HATE is the in-play factor of much that is happening in today’s society.
Hate towards blacks. Hate towards gays. Hate towards immigrants. Hate towards atheists. Hate towards Muslims. Hate towards “liberals.” Hate towards the poor. Hate towards …. you-name-it.
In fact, when push comes to shove, no one and/or no group is excluded from being the target of Hate.
It’s difficult to accept, but ALL of us hold Hate in our hearts towards someone or something. Sometimes this “Hate” can be beneficial in that it serves as a protective device. However, in most cases, it is actually harmful — not only to others, but to our own psyche as well.
Of course it’s natural for us to claim: “I don’t Hate! I just intensely dislike (something or someone).” However, note the following definitions of Hate:
- (Verb) Dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards
- (Noun) The…
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