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Haters are like the kid who received and "F" on an exam. It's pretty easy to spot them. They start asking other what grade they got. They need to know they're not alone, that anyone else also failed the test, so they're not alone in their disappiontment and unhappiness. That's why haters spew their hate. They NEED others to join them in their unhappiness.
The kid who got an "A" is also pretty easy to spot. They don't usually check to see what grade others got. They're usually pretty content and happy with their achievemnt. They're also prone to help a stuggling student with their studies, to help them get their grades up.
Murders are not committed out of love and benevolence. Murders are more often committed out of rage, which comes from the person's deep hatred of another. Few are so cold blooded as to murder indiscriminate. Even if the victims themselves were not the object of this rage, mass killings can almost always be traced to hatred of someone, and this was their way of hurting the object of their hate.
Who is doing the hating doesn't matter to me. Hating is completely non productive, does not make anyone happy, and is a general turn off to most civilized people. If you ever watch third party people, who are not the object or subject of hate, listen to someone speaking so vile of entire groups, or even an individual, you'll actually witness them physically recoil, or pull back from that person. At the very least, you see their facial expression change. Some will even cross their arms in front of them, which is a subconscious act to block or protect themselves from this person. Even during heated arguments, you may often see one or both cross their arms over their chest.
Hate is such a powerful negative emotion, it literally makes others physically uncomfortable. Haters will tell you it gives them a sense of power. That may be what they think they feel. But to what actions does their hate lead them to? Do they use that perceived power to assist the perceived victims? No. Hate usually leads to a level of unhappiness, to the point where the person feeling such a negative emotion about others does something stupid, and destructive, to alleviate there personal unhappiness.
If we run across haters, we should try to show them a happier more productive way of thinking. Pray for them. But if they will not listen, walk away. They only seek to drag others into their feelings of dispare. They need others to also hate, so they can justify themselves. They have a powerful need to believe their hate is acceptable.
The kid who got an "A" never seeks to justify themselves. Happiness and satisfation need no such validation.
If a person is constatly seeking validation, internally they know they're wrong. This is the crack we can use to help them see a different light. But sadly, most need to be blocked, becasue they will continue trying to get you to hate along with them, so they can feel a false sense of validation.
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