Today is the day to love mothers, so:
Happy Mothers Day Mom!
Love is the opposite of hate, (well duh!). But both words evoke strong emotions in use. Those emotions can be fiery, passionate, cold, or gentle. God is love, so is hate the root of all evil.
Hate is a strong word. I used to say things like “I hate Miley Cyrus!” … I don’t hate her because I don’t know her. I like a few of her songs, I just don’t like the image she is portraying sometimes. However, I don’t hate her. The one thing you can hate is hate itself. Hatred equals too many things people have to suffer that they shouldn't: prejudice, discrimination, poverty, bulling, selfishness, avoidance, labeling, the withholding of love, and the rejection of rights and freedoms that people take for granted (just to name a few). For example, around the world, homosexual’s are hated because they are different; people fear that the “normal” lifestyle will change. And so, homosexual’s are being discriminated by society and government. People use hate to feel powerful, they use hate to put down the things they fear the most. So the next time you start to put the word “hate” into a sentence, stop and think why you are putting it there. Do you really hate it or just dislike it? Is there a reason to hate it? If not, then don’t hate, it’s not necessary.
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