This article is about the hatred of individuals because of their character/positions in our world. This is NOT a race discussion.
Today’s society and social media has made the word “haters” such an over-used one to begin with, that not even does the word mean what it used to mean before, but now it has that “oh lord not this word again” feel to it. In fact, I dislike (see what I did there) the word so much, that I wasn’t even sure about how to include it in this post’s title without pushing people away. So, I do owe you a “thank you” for reading anyway.
Hate is a natural defense mechanism against failure. Hate is normal. Hate is okay! What’s not okay is what people do after being driven by hate. The world is a beautiful place, but sadly some people abuse the ‘system’ and kill and destroy, causing the rest of us, in bulk, to be searched and go through screenings in airports because of that fear a few pieces of shit built into a society. The internet is a beautiful place with so much knowledge involved if you’re looking for it; a place with so much fun involved if you’re looking for that, instead. Again, with a few pieces of shit abusing it, we now are seeing more laws than ever, and rightfully so, pushing for more privacy online. Just because of those few idiots, we now have to go through so many things until we get to where we used to get in a step or two before. Hate is that tiny problem creator for those people. Hatred isn’t the problem. Hatred, in fact, should be a positive motivator. Not a lot of people go “I hate that celebrity,” and kill the mentioned celebrity. That is simply insane, and those people deserve to be labeled as insane. A person should, however, feel free to say “I hate that celebrity,” and work on becoming better than the celebrity him or herself! That’s the positive motivator hate creates naturally.
Making things up, lying, violating, and/or damaging property of someone you hate is another major problem. Feel free to hate someone’s work and their personality, but there’s much more to things than being fucking animals. I’ve received so much negativity from close people whom I have worked with for years, and now they’re nowhere, not mentally, at least. You don’t get “haters” because you’re good. You get “haters” because they think you’re at a place you shouldn’t don’t deserve to be at. “Haters” feel that they deserve your spot, or sometimes, no one should take that spot to begin with. Sometimes, “haters” are actually very right, if you’ve noticed. That’s because they’re, in a way, arguing to defend themselves, which ends up having them to attack you for that scenario to work.
Build yourself. This isn’t a post about allowing yourself to hate everything you can’t achieve. This is an article about knowing that “hating” isn’t necessarily a bad thing when it only involves your thoughts regarding someone or something. You shouldn’t turn that hate into anything physical or verbal. That hate is yours to keep and to discuss with others. That hate is not for you to use against someone. Accomplish something rather than building hatred. It takes so much of your time away, it’s actually ridiculous if you sit down and make a chart of what you do in a day. Once you get a simple hold of that, you’ll soon realize that you may even meet the person you hated the whole time, and change your mind entirely about them. That same scenario goes with an idea you hate.
Let hate be a positive incentive for you to create and accomplish things in life with, not a mechanism of destruction. There are too many of those already in the world today, and we’re a bit far from them. At least for now, if you don’t keep up creating positivity around you.