Is hatred irrational as Love is?
February 27, 2007 11:50pm CST
I read one response to my post about me making a big mountain out of a molehill. That was the last straw. I've been seething for too long, and now I'm near the breaking point. That was the last straw. I've been doing my damnedest to let everything roll off the back, but it's too much. I hate people. In any case, when do you say, "That's the last straw."
13 Mar 07
HATRED is a very strong negative word...it is somewhat reverse of LOVE. They say there is a fine line between love and hate, if i am to put it into drawing i can say that they might be sharing same area yet divided by strand of hair, thus if the area is called "irrational", then i would say hatred is as irrational as love.
13 Mar 07
i get. you're saying that i wouldn't be capable of hatred if I hadn't love him/her once. But then when you don't know who you're actually hating, I don't think that's hate. That's annoyance, which if one just cares to observe is far worse than hatred. It's like treating a pesky child who won't do anything right, right? I'll give you + rating. You're definitely right about hatred and love being in the same category.
15 Mar 07
Why thank you, that is sweet. People tend to be annoyed when we did not allow understanding passes our way. Unknowns makes us annoyed. We get annoyed to stubborn kids for we think they are hard-headed, But have we take into consideration why they are stubborn? Should we let understanding passes are way...there will be no room for annoyance...we will have peace that passes understanding.
15 Mar 07
Hating is the lowest level of love - the steps of love, like a ladder - When low temperature is there, we call it as cool or cold, when less light is there we call it dusk or night and it is of the hatred. We can hate only those whom we have to deal with and not to strange things. An experinece if we do not like, we dislike it and we call it 'hate'. If one hates you, it is the result of his/her unhappy love towards you or due to lack of satisfactory result by him/her. How can you hate yourself as everyone feel themselves as 'I' (myself).