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Hatred ~ 365 Photos Challenge #190

Somehow, today I noticed the word hate. It happened because this word at least I hear six times from four different people.

The first hatred I hear is expressed by someone for someone else who talks to him in a cold tone. The word is spoken by others again to say hatred against evil spirits, demons, and other spirits. The four remaining objects of hate are ex-husbands, tribes, old foes, and a boss.

The attributes that come together with the word are disgust, anger, resentment, and huge dislike. Remarkably, the expressed hatred is not something new but a long-held in the minds of those who say it. Unfortunately, two of them are often talking about love and compassion, and three of whom argue that it is humanly to have hatred.

Before I write a little about this, I think it would be nice if I have a little opinion of you.

  • Do you have hatred towards something?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Is hatred natural and humanly?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Is hatred beneficial?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Is it necessary to eliminate the hatred within us?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. Users voted 10 times.
    Q: Do you have hatred towards something?

    Yes (6 votes) – 60%
    No (4 votes) – 40%

    Q: Is hatred natural and humanly?

    Yes (11 votes) – 100%

    Q: Is hatred beneficial?

    Yes (4 votes) – 40%
    No (6 votes) – 60%

    Q: Is it necessary to eliminate the hatred within us?

    Yes (8 votes) – 80%
    No (2 votes) – 20%

  2. I think there is a line within Hatred that we have to clearly define. For example, there are things about people that I hate. Dishonestly, disingenuous are things that I hate. But I don’t truly hate the entire person just the behavior.

    Based on that, the additional question that would support your tenet is can you hate what someone does, but not hate the person.


    • Your thinking is a good and wise attitude, but there are people who do not hate even having received ill-treatment and on the contrary, there are people who can hate even without receiving bad treatment or connect directly with the object of hatred. It is this basic character that is interesting and important to highlight.

  3. I don’t know… I tend to feel it’s not balance when there is no hate or probably just dislike… that’s if the balance theory does applies here too…

    You can hate or dislike, but doesn’t mean you need to act on it or get overly affected by it… I can hate something and then move on… I’ll still hate it again the next time I see it LOL but when I don’t see it, there is no need to be affected by it

    • I already suspect that there will be someone who thinks like you mainly after we talk about balance. Duality and balance are our reality, outward reality, which is also the subject lesson to mature us, maturing us, and responsible for not blaming something we hate.

        • I don’t deny your opinion, my friend. Here, I just want to say that ideas behind certain words have negative influence though if we don’t say that.
          Will you eat durian or noodles or vegetables if you hate it? Eventhough they ‘re useful? Aren’t you think and feel bad about devil aor ghost for you hate them?

          • I agree with you and see your point… I guess I won’t say anymore although I feel many seems to exaggerate its magnitude.


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