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Love and kindess vs. Hate and selfishness: A rant

What is the point of hate? Every other emotion, both positive and negative, seems to serve a purpose, but hate is completely meaningless.  The only thing I have seen hate do is destroy.  It destroys those who receive it, but, more importantly, those who dish it out.  What do you think you accomplish through hate? Aren’t love and happiness the ultimate goals in life? Why harden your heart? Why break the hearts of others? I will never understand the purpose behind it.  People blame society and the world around them.  Sure, they have strong influence over people, but ultimately, you choose your own path.  You choose to do what you do and say what you say.  Happiness is a choice.  It appears to be simple, but we all know achieving happiness is a little more complicated than that when we are wired the way we are. Despite that, it is absolutely and positively achievable.  Love can be a choice as well.  We may not always be able to control who we fall in love with, but we can control who we show love to.  This one is a lot simpler than happiness.  In my opinion, showing love, kindness and acceptance should be the norm.  It’s definitely easy enough to choose to do.  Every day we see hundreds of simple interactions between people.  The ratio of those that are actually genuinely kind to those that are selfish or rude is staggering. I see far more selfishness today than acts of kindness.  So much so, that I actually get surprised when I see those acts of kindness. How rare is it now a days to see an everyday working man go up to a homeless man on the street, genuinely  mile at him, and give him food.  Are we not all people? So many today judge and look down upon those who appear to be weaker or different. The other day, a lady came up to me at a gas station when i was having a horrible day, smiled at me, and gave me 5 dollars out of the blue.  My reaction was a look  of shock, a stuttered thank you, and a look of confusion, yet complete happiness.  I didn’t know what to say, but she could tell i needed that kindness.  Somehow she knew.  She laughed and smiled even bigger, saying ’ that may just be the best reaction I’ve gotten.’ This woman does this regularly.  She goes out and tries to make people smile.  How amazing is that?  And yet, how horrible is it that acts of kindness such as that surprise us? Shouldn’t that be considered human decency? When we think being a good and decent person is extraordinary, that’s a sad commentary on our state of affairs. I can tell you now that blaming society will get you nowhere.  YOU have the power to make the choice between love and hate, between kindness and selfishness.  All these things are contagious and can spread like wildfire. So go buy some random stranger a coffee. Smile at the people you walk past.  Don’t judge those who appear to be different.  You never know who is struggling and may need the love and kindness more than others.  Give it openly, genuinely and whole heartedly.  It may be cliché, but love your neighbor as yourself.  There’s more power in that saying than you may yet realize. You have the power to change a mood, a day, a life.  You just need to choose to.

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"I like people with depth, I like people with emotion, I like people with a strong mind, an interesting mind, a twisted mind, and also people that can make me smile."

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anotherdamnposer:

Being an atheist is ok.
Being an atheist and shaming religion and spirituality as silly or not real is not ok.

Being a Christian is ok.
Being a homophobic, misogynistic, racist, or otherwise hateful person in the name of Christianity is not ok.

Being a reindeer is ok.
Bullying and excluding another reindeer because he has a shiny red nose is not ok.

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fearlessly

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