Hatred is a harsh
word, and we use it mostly for things which we simply dislike...
When you hate something its generally because you
it, in some way. You fear the action, or you've feared
the action, or you didn't enjoy the experience. It
could also be based on
Hate may be just an ardent dislike. True hate is something
which is incredibly negative
and will only become a downfall to yourself.
It's one thing to hate boiled cabbage, but it's not really
hate. The cabbage never did anything to you 'personally', it's just you don't like
the taste or texture.
You don't truly HATE it, just dislike it.
Hate can also stem from a lack of understanding.
When we 'hate' somebody, it is usually because they have hurt us in some
way and we do not understand why.
If you hate your circumstance, what can you do to change
them in a positive way? (there is ALWAYS a way).
what you HATE about someone or
something reflects what you hate about yourself
If you hate someone, you need to remember that what you hate
about that person is about the feelings which arose in you because of that
person. It'll be linked to
jealousy, spite, blame, shame, or any other lower emotional state. But it
comes from YOU. Not them.
You must work through your issues in connection to that
which you hate. To find the
acceptance that all is as is, to find forgiveness in
yourself and others. These words may sound a little
harsh, but the stark reality is that; what you HATE about someone or
something reflects who you are.
The only way to combat hatred is by
looking at YOU, looking at the real reasons you are being consumed by this
A short list of possible secondary
reasons for your hatred.