Hello, I hate you, don’t you tell me your name.
~the doors of judgmentalism
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
– Martin Luther King Jr.
Hmm… Since MLKJ said it, I am considering it.
How to love someone you have learned to hate, though?
Falling in hate,
like falling in love,
is next to impossible to stop.
On the slippery slope of hatred,
there is little else to do but fall further down,
until you reach the dark and miry bottom,
where you can pray
that the dim light of apathy
will set in,
as you turn your back
and walk away
through the door
you hadn’t seen before.
Love comes naturally. Hatred, however, is learned through experience.
Perhaps the worst kind of hatred is the kind that used to be love.