A Quote by Domus Ulixes on hate and limerence

Hate is just a bad example or limerence gone horribly wrong.

Frederik Kerling

Contributed by: Domus Ulixes

A Quote by Andriana Kelisakieva on always, myself, hate, someone, else, fake, and unreal

I'm always myself... I just hate being someone else...It's so fake and unreal...

Andriana Kelisakieva

Contributed by: Andriana

A Quote by Karla Vergara on love and hate


You can always grow to love the person you hate, but you can never grow to hate the person you loved. 

Karla Vergara

Contributed by: CubaRican

A Quote by Emily Segler on live, love, laugh, die, hate, complain, emo, goth, punk, and rock

You say Live, Love, and Laugh. I say Die, Hate, and Complain.

Emily Segler

Contributed by: DeathxVampire

A Quote by Aaron Alexovich on tolerance, hate, and bigotry

"You must ask yourself: Is this thing really worth my hate, or am I just a bigot?"

Aaron Alexovich

Source: Serenity Rose Comics, volume 5

Contributed by: aquietfire

A Quote by Jerry Grant Blakeney on love, find, realize, kiss, hate, missing, forgiving, fade, horizon, uncertain, and afar

Sometimes you have to find yourself. And when you do you realize that you may have lost what you wanted in the first place. And you find your self missing something, like a kiss or a word and you hate yourself for not being more forgiving. By then you realize that the one you hurt will never want you. And you know that when you face the uncertain horizon you do so with love that will never fade, but will always grace the intended from afar.

Jerry Blakeney

Contributed by: purpletf

A Quote by unknown on belief, life, enemies, and hate

You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life.


Contributed by: Ashley

A Quote by Moshe Dayan on peace, activism, life, war, and hate

if you want to make peace, you don't talk to your friends, you talk to your enemies.

Moshe Dayan

Contributed by: michaelsits

A Quote by Peter O. Erbe on judgement, hate, delight, acknowledgement, essence, and embracing each other

"Who is to judge one flower to be a weed and another to be a delight? The weed was a delight unto itself before judgment arrived. Now it is rejected, deprived of love and must spread to be noticed, to make its call heard. It is all one movement of life, regardless if it be a thunderstorm or an august night. To acknowledge my brother's sovereignty, to allow him the right to be however he wishes to be, it to set him free. So, the answer to the question, how to embrace my adversary, is always: embrace what you feel. This brings us back to our own attitude. If it is hate we feel or hate's milder form, which is dislike, then we embrace this emotion all the same--and without judgment, If the person's conduct is so unpleasant that his presence becomes intolerable we can remove ourself. It this is not possible, then we take action not in the form of attack but rather as a mother corrects a misbehaving child. This can be done without any judgment. The essence of this learning is this: we only experience the person or situation as unlovable because polarities were singled out and judged. We see but ourself in the other person, hence judging him is judging ourself. We would never experience an unlovable person or condition if we embraced every person or condition and welcomed them without judgment."

Peter Erbe

Source: God I Am: From Tragic to Magic, Pages: 126

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

A Quote by Martin Luther King Jr. on dr king, hate, love, and morality

Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.

Martin Luther King Jr.

Contributed by: Sidney

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