Love for the one, outshines hate for many.
So if you share the love, the one will be loved.
Hate for many, eclipses love for the one.
Because your love dims for the one,
When you hate many.
By: ElRoyPoet © 2021
“When you start understanding the science and psychology of hate, you begin to realize that there are numerous complex reasons for your hatred towards people. In an ideal world, we would love and respect everyone we interact with. Everyone will be compassionate, emphatic, generous, considerate and kind. We will accept each other’s views no matter how opposing they may be to ours and would learn from different perspectives. But reality is far from ideal. And this is perhaps why we often get upset, angry and annoyed with others.” Excerpt from 5 Reasons Why You Hate People According To Psychology
“People don’t (stop hating) because a veil lifts and they are suddenly able to see hate for what it is…They leave because it makes sense for them, because the value hate once gave them has diminished or evaporated…The reality is, people rarely change their personality or ideals during adulthood, and if they do, it needs to be something they do on their own, for themselves…I realized much too late that (hate) is a huge waste of life.” By: Corinna Olsen
“In every encounter, we either give life or we drain it; there is no neutral exchange.” By: Brennan Manning
Commentary: Interesting, love and hate are complex emotions, yet similar in that both are intimate and are only shared with the object of your affection or indignation. However, they can also end up on opposite sides of the spectrum when it comes to changing a life for good or evil. For example, you can start up, by loving someone and end up hating that person, due to a breakup or betrayal. Tragically both can incapacitate the giver or the receiver if executed maliciously. This can happen to a person, a family, a church, a community, and even the state. It starts with a simple misunderstanding and ends up as a collective contempt for a group identity. When I look at the evil in the hearts of men, I finally understand—that God didn’t create that rage. Hate is the result of what happens when man turns his back—on God’s love.