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What does it mean to hate others
  1. #1
    Recluse of Shame Guest

    Default What does it mean to hate others

    Would you hate a person that you perceive to be ugly? Or would you
    pity that person, as I might? What kind of people in the world are
    inclined to hate others, and which of those to love everyone?

    I personally believe that my perceived hate of by others fuels my
    paranoia. And the thing I worry most about being hated for is being
    ugly.

    It is theologically correct to love, in my unprofessional opinion, but
    I believe that many people here in the United States might be inclined
    to hate.

    Perhaps it is like that in most parts of the world. Most people might
    perceive hate to be normal. But I sometimes wonder if there might not
    be pockets throughout the world where that hate might at least be less
    extreme.

    Spain for instance. I sometimes Spain ideate, despite the fact that I
    am perhaps too Moreno to be Hispanic.

  2. #2
    Recluse of Shame Guest

    Default Re: What does it mean to hate others

    On Feb 24, 11:01*pm, Recluse of Shame <bearnoa...@netzero.com> wrote:
    > Would you hate a person that you perceive to be ugly? Or would you
    > pity that person, as I might? What kind of people in the world are
    > inclined to hate others, and which of those to love everyone?
    >
    > I personally believe that my perceived hate of by others fuels my
    > paranoia. And the thing I worry most about being hated for is being
    > ugly.
    >
    > It is theologically correct to love, in my unprofessional opinion, but
    > I believe that many people here in the United States might be inclined
    > to hate.
    >
    > Perhaps it is like that in most parts of the world. Most people might
    > perceive hate to be normal. But I sometimes wonder if there might not
    > be pockets throughout the world where that hate might at least be less
    > extreme.
    >
    > Spain for instance. I sometimes Spain ideate, despite the fact that I
    > am perhaps too Moreno to be Hispanic.


    I have heard it said somewhere, perhaps even in the BIble, that we are
    to "love the sinner and hate the sin".

    What is worth hating for? Is poverty worth hating for? Is illness
    worth hating for? Is bad personal hygiene worth hating for? I believe
    that some of the things that one hates for might be inspired by health
    mores and by certain doctors. But might not hate itself be a pathogen?

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    Mark Earnest Guest

    Default Re: What does it mean to hate others


    "Recluse of Shame" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    On Feb 24, 11:01 pm, Recluse of Shame <bearnoa...@netzero.com> wrote:
    > Would you hate a person that you perceive to be ugly? Or would you
    > pity that person, as I might? What kind of people in the world are
    > inclined to hate others, and which of those to love everyone?
    >
    > I personally believe that my perceived hate of by others fuels my
    > paranoia. And the thing I worry most about being hated for is being
    > ugly.
    >
    > It is theologically correct to love, in my unprofessional opinion, but
    > I believe that many people here in the United States might be inclined
    > to hate.
    >
    > Perhaps it is like that in most parts of the world. Most people might
    > perceive hate to be normal. But I sometimes wonder if there might not
    > be pockets throughout the world where that hate might at least be less
    > extreme.
    >
    > Spain for instance. I sometimes Spain ideate, despite the fact that I
    > am perhaps too Moreno to be Hispanic.


    I have heard it said somewhere, perhaps even in the BIble, that we are
    to "love the sinner and hate the sin".

    What is worth hating for? Is poverty worth hating for? Is illness
    worth hating for? Is bad personal hygiene worth hating for? I believe
    that some of the things that one hates for might be inspired by health
    mores and by certain doctors. But might not hate itself be a pathogen?

    **You don't have to worry about physical appearance here on Usenet.
    People will see your spirit only, and when they see you well, you will
    in turn see yourself well.



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    Jared Guest

    Default Re: What does it mean to hate others

    On Feb 24, 11:01*pm, Recluse of Shame <bearnoa...@netzero.com> wrote:
    > Would you hate a person that you perceive to be ugly? Or would you
    > pity that person, as I might?


    One might not hate an ugly person, but avoid them, finding ugliness
    unpleasant.

    One might hate an attractive person for condescending to show pity.

    One might hate an ugly person for affecting moral superiority due to
    ugliness.

    One also might hate an ugly person for reminding oneself of one's own
    imperfections. Or love or pity that ugly person for the same reason.

    One might hate an attractive person for reminding oneself of one's
    ugliness.

    One might pity an attractive person for being afraid of ugliness.

  5. #5
    Jared Guest

    Default Re: What does it mean to hate others

    On Feb 24, 11:09*pm, Recluse of Shame <bearnoa...@netzero.com> wrote:
    [...]
    > I have heard it said somewhere, perhaps even in the BIble, that we are
    > to "love the sinner and hate the sin".
    >
    > What is worth hating for? Is poverty worth hating for? Is illness
    > worth hating for? Is bad personal hygiene worth hating for?


    Those aren't generally considered sins.


  6. #6
    Michael Alpert Guest

    Default Re: What does it mean to hate others

    Christ said, "If you don't forgive your neighbor your Father in
    Heaven wont forgive you".

    Since we cannot help but sin a little here and there, that means if we
    don't forgive we will not be saved.

    This does not apply to demons. We are not to forgive demons. And, demon
    is the Greek word for "group spirit". I can hate cops.

    "Cops" are a group. Collectively, THEY are the physical body of a demon,
    with those indigo batty hats, indigo suits, and pig faced badges.

    I have a phobia for cops, coprophobia. You know "copros" is Greek for
    feces, and that's what THEY are.

    The ones with Smokie the Bear hats don't bother me as much. And the ones
    with baseball caps look foolish. Baseball caps are demeaning, like the
    color brown.

    The inverted seven pointed stars are "Stars of Babalon". Check out
    Thelemism in Google, the atrocious inhumane cult of Thelemism actually
    dominates states whose "pigs" use its emblem.

    The numerical value of the Hebrew letters of Babalon add up to 156, the
    same total as Zion. Babalon is the infernal Zion, and it's here.


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