Tue 25 Nov, 2014 01:52 pm
The first type is the child that neglects and deflects for a living. They commonly associate themselves to "living life", where as they are more accurately "living a lie". They tend to enable wars/riots out of accumulated angst that they've acquired over the years from doing absolutely nothing remotely constructive with their lives; they live their dreams and fantasies over and over inside their head instead. Other times they will attack you for the name of peace, because that's apparently how you make a peaceful world nowadays. Though it's strictly blatant that their concept of peace is a delusion hyped up on psychosis at best.
The second type is the child in denial that uses language likened to legalize. They attempt to sound linguistically tough, but fall short after you ask them a small question about life. This type will bluntly tell you that they do not give a ****, but their entire life is primarily focused on forcing others to give a **** about them. These types force authority and respect when they are quite more so a pile of ****. They are the ones that will take away from you and call it business, but when you take away from them they either 1. Hunt you down vengefully or 2. Get on their hands and knees to plea.
Shouldn't hate anyone. If someone's so objectionable there seems to be many reasons people should hate them, then they're by definition sick and should pitied. But there's no such thing as good and evil. There's only actions and consequences. But if we allow ourselves to hate people then we're not inclined to try and understand them, and most importantly, what led them to being how they are that most everyone hated them. I'd rather fix problems than ignore them. And ideally prevent them from recurring.
I understand the feeling to hate. As a Jew it'd be easier to let myself feel hate for certain groups of people but if I do that I'm no better than they are. If you need Authority to help you resist the allure of hate (and the Dark Side)
"The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral,
begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy.
Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it.
Through violence you may murder the liar,
but you cannot murder the lie, nor establish the truth.
Through violence you may murder the hater,
but you do not murder hate.
In fact, violence merely increases hate.
So it goes.
Returning violence for violence multiplies violence,
adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars.
Darkness cannot drive out darkness:
only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Not to cherish hatred in one's heart (Lev. 19:17)