When we reach the point of hatred, we've allowed our emotions to get out of control, and we have allowed our judgments to be clouded. I can think of little, if anything, that is worthy of hatred. Even “evil” people retain a spark of divinity somewhere within their soul, and to overlook that spark is to condemn them to a position unworthy of Love. Hatred eats at the soul of the “hater” and is often like drinking acid. Love and forgiveness are the best responses to evil and darkness because our souls aren’t diminished in the process.
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