Hate an Answer?

The Point

Everyone, sooner or later, tries to solve problems with hatred—everyone.

We usually don’t think about it when we do. Hatred is a kind of auto-pilot, a pattern we default to when it’s too hard to change, like a bad habit we explain away as not being a bad habit. Once we know we are in the act of acting in hatred, it’s not hatred anymore. Funny thing, hatred only operates when we don’t know it or refuse to admit it.

Hate is no answer though, as much as our habits would have us think. Be rational and don’t hate.