To understand the logic and reason to not hate anybody, you need to understand three things.
- Why we hate?
- The process of hating.
- And the consequence of hating.
Why Do You Hate Someone?
Off-course, for some reason. Maybe you didn’t like what someone said about you or did to you.
The Process of Hating
You hate somebody, if they did or said something which you did not like.
If you hold onto such things, you remember them endlessly, day and night till eternity.
The more you remember, the more you give importance to them.
If you give them unnecessary importance, you give them precious space in your tiny little brain.
There are more important things to keep in brain than such people.
The Consequence of Hating
You hate others because you did not like something that someone did or said to about you.
Means, they hurt you.
Maybe they are happy with this.
When you also start hating them, you are supporting them at the soul level unknowingly.
First they hurt you, now you are hurting yourself and compounding you pain.
You spend precious time in holding these nonsense which slowly makes you negative. You start to live in past, lose your peace of mind, and make your head and heart heavy.
And all this for whom, for the people whom you don’t care a damn bit.
This starts a new negative cycle of karma.
Would you like to do that?
Is that your goal in life?
If Not Hating then What Should You Do?
If you don’t like what someone did or said to you, just dislike them.
This is a simple, sweet, quick, positive and time saving solution.
It makes you smart.
This is also a positive, productive and constructive way to deal with such people.
Next time onwards make a choice, whether you want to hate someone or just dislike.
I don’t hate you, I am just not necessarily excited by your existence.
I don’t hate you. I just don’t want to give you an opportunity to hurt me again.
I don’t hate you, but I am done investing my time in you.
Martin Luther King
I decided to stick to love…Hate is too great a burden to bear.
Moral of the Story
Be smart, dislike instead of hating.