Hatred and the associated anger are dangerous, yet very common emotions that we experience a lot. Hate and anger are like twins that are rarely devoid of each other. We all can relate to hate in some way or the other, we hate a person, a thing, even certain situation. Hatred doesn’t develop overnight, usually it is sometimes one incident or experience that causes it, and similar repetitive occurrences help it grow deeper and stronger.
Once the feeling of hatred for some person starts to take shape, it is only bound to grow over time. The next step is multiple layers building up, ensuring that hatred is hidden safely within and never ever gone. The source of these layers can be anything such as misunderstanding, reading the situation incorrectly, or simply misleading words from others who benefit out of the situation.
Hatred along with the resultant anger are so dangerous and powerful emotions that it doesn’t allow us to even imagine or to reason why we hate it so much. In severe cases, people go off bounds. The reasons could be only that stronger to and justifiable to the person in question.
Sometimes people tend to go off bounds to pursue the agenda even if their own reputation or in worst case scenarios put their own life at risk. If it is not addressed to on time, it will have harmful results that create some irreversible changes to life. It has the capability of wreaking havoc in both personal and professional lives. I am sure most people can relate to such instances.
The point here is whatever kind of hate that we harbor towards others is bound to disturb and destroy our peace and a part of ourselves too in the process. In this post we will discuss general hatred people tend to have towards others and ways to diffuse it.
· Hatred is not a permanent condition that cannot be corrected or worked upon.
· Reasons of hatred can be sometimes be as simple and silly as misunderstanding of a situation or falling prey to deceitful inputs from others
· Our ability to forgive is often an impeccable tool in curing hatred.
· Believing that there is something great in you, which will help you win over your own hatred.
Another sure sign to observe is that we tend to justify our decisions and actions, however ridiculous they may seem.
Some kind of hatred needs time to heal. However, the above tips can help us develop a positive mindset and speed up the process. The compelling need to stay away from negative emotions, fill our life and others with happiness, work like boosters in the process. The idea of living a meaningful life for ourselves and our surroundings is such a fascinating experience in itself; an act worth pursuing.