Peace & Love, Abolish Hatred, but if you can’t legislate morality, how are you going to Abolish Hatred?
Take that flag down, don’t say Merry Christmas, God forbid we talk about God, sadly amusing; it’s the Peace & Love generation that’s in the thick of the above that’s allowing the strange hypocrisy’s and laws to be made that causes the changes in our country.
Sometimes it’s hard to know if you’re the puppet or the puppet master.
Hope they’re ready for the anger when people get fed up with the changes made, to think that they want peace in this world; what they don’t understand, is that this earth will never see real peace as long as they keep attacking our right to believe, or to live.
Isn’t it something, they became all that they so said they hated; the Establishment.
You youngsters of this following society, the generation that so many are trying to revive, do you know what the used to say? Don’t trust anyone over forty, look who’s asking you to trust them.
Buddha (Siddhārtha Gautama) He was a spiritual teacher who founded Buddhism.
“Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it. All that we are is the result of what we have thought, the mind is everything; what you think, you become. You will not be punished for your anger; you will be punished by your anger. Let a person overcome anger by love. Hate is never ended by hatred but by love. Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, even if I have said it – unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense. If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way. The thought manifests as the word; The word manifests as the deed; The deed develops into habit; And habit hardens into character; So watch the thought and its ways with care, And let it spring from love Born out of concern for all beings As the shadow follows the body, As we think, so we become. Hatred does not cease in this world by hating, but by not hating; this is an eternal truth.”
But, that is what the Bible teaches, all the haters of the Bible, God and Christ, for whatever their reasoning is as to why they hate the above so much; by refusing to understand better, they never get the teaching of love, guess they hate love also.
Hatred, such an ugly word; people really need to know that hatred can kill a person. Hatred eats its victims up from the inside, like a poison from a spider bite.
But we all breed hatred to some degree, the hatred of even the smallest thing is still hatred, the word hate carries a deep and dark connotation; and people have little problem using the word with little thought. But drop the f-bomb and see what happens. Even our current president has used the f-bomb, check old news clips, but the bad part is that people act like they think he sits at the right hand of God; what they never ask, is who’s god does he sit at the right hand of?
The above is not hatred, no where near hatred; but it can breed hatred. Thomas Jefferson knew the levels of certain paths in a man or woman’s life, he was a founding Father of our country, but by today’s standards he was just another politician. He said: “Whenever a man has cast a longing eye on offices, a rottenness begins in his conduct.” -Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826, if that is so, then the longing eye cast could also be a longing word cast, hatred – hate, use the word lightly; people will take the word hate lightly.
That is a good view in the rottenness that has consumed society, and a good reason why I Don’t like the thought of Black History Month. It’s history, that history should be explored as well as learned in our schools curriculums; that’s why we have the dreaded History class, to learn history. Having a month devoted to a racial background is just that, it’s a month, it’s an event, it can be turned off or on, and it can be avoided, and for the weakminded; that month can be annoying to the point of murder.
But words can’t be looked at, the same as the first Black Professional Bronk Buster, they have to be looked at knowing their connotation and strength; and the words ability to change public opinion. If we as civilized people understood a words character better, then some words would not be used as much, and some people would have less merit given them. Kind of like the word Acceptance, We can accept all the garbage in the world into our front yard, sooner or later, we have to see that we have a dirty front yard.
In the last week or two, we have a president that used the N-word, and a supposed wannabe president that blanketed Hispanics with all sorts of crimes; strange isn’t it, both men denoted hatred.
Hatred is ours to control, we take the word or actions of hatred lightly using them like the air we breathe; and let our thoughts and actions dictate what we become. If Hate is an ugly word, then what’s that make us? Besides an ugly society, we have learned a good deal from the celebrations of Race histories haven’t we, to repeat it so much.
Or, we we can remember the ramifications and historical value of everything attributed in the use of the word or actions of hatred; knowing full well that hatred has no place in a civilized society. We don’t have to go to school for it, we just have to WANT to Understand better the way that we are living; as well as a few shortcomings.