Hate: v. to sense very intense disapproval which one feels when one wants to destroy a bad and/or wrong subset(s) which may be morally (bad and/or wrong) and/or may be (bad and/or wrong) because it is the primary reason why one can’t achieve a desired goal(s) and/ or (bad and/or wrong) because it is a source of mental displeasure and/or bodily pain
Most humans hate more than one thing and rarely even hate themselves so much that they harm themselves or even commit suicide.
If you hate something bad enough then you may decide to do something about it. If you hate how you are living then you may take steps to change that. If you hate someone then chances are you will not be able to change them and the best thing to do is to avoid or ignore them as much as possible.
Love, hate, and fear are all great motivators which make you behave in certain ways and having healthy control over those strong emotions is a key to potential happiness and not having control over them can lead to great misery.
If you hate lying, stealing, cheating, and murdering then you are morally justified if someone does those things. You should be less judgmental and not hate it if humans look different, behave differently, and have different opinions and beliefs than your own which are not immoral.
Trying to change an adult is almost as difficult as trying to change the world and the sooner that you realize this then the more realistic will be your interactions with them.
Hate disease, physical pain, the destruction of biodiversity, immorality, and hard core criminals which are all things which sometimes can and should be changed or eliminated from your life.
Participate or believe in causes and organizations which try to make the world a better place but don’t wallow miserably in the hatred of someone or something which you can do nothing about now or in the future.
Many organizations use hatred to mobilize humans to their cause and it frequently works because humans are mostly motivated by their strong emotions and hatred is definitely one of the more powerful ones.
Politicians are notorious emotion manipulators who stereotype a group and motivate you to HATE the opposing party, liberals, conservatives, socialists, right to lifers, right to choosers, illegal aliens, unions, right to workers, homophobes, gays, believers, atheists, rich, poor, corporations, banks, and politicians with differing views than your own.
We frequently hate it when something interferes with our goals and either delays their achievement or makes it impossible to achieve them. Life is not always fair or just and someone may be in a position of power to prevent you from achieving your goal or goals or you yourself may be unqualified to achieve the goals which you have in mind.
Consuming yourself with hatred for the powerful or feeling miserable about the constant failure in your life can make you very unhappy. Learn what you realistically can optimistically look forward to and don’t be defeated by the seeming insurmountable obstacles in your life.
Just caring less about things which you can’t change and being content with what little that you may have can make your life much happier in the long duration.
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