posted on Jul, 2 2014 @ 08:59 PM
a reply to: Metallicus
And even if someone has done something legally wrong, like murder, the justice system is plenty able to lock away people. I might understand hatred
towards another if they directly harmed you or a loved one. Evenso, it can't be healthy to feed hate, whether it's deserved or not.
There're people who irritate me, but I don't hate them. When I try to think of the "hate" people have for someoen else who does wrong to them or
someon they love, I always see Tom Cruise in Minority Report when he has the suspected person at gun point who he thinks killed his child. I'm not
trying to make a point about him being wrong about the man, but that his emotion was as real as it could ever be no matter the situation. It also
makes me think about the first scenes when the husband is about to murder his wife because of her engaging in sexual relations with another.
I never ever ever wish these kinds of things to happen. My wish, if it could ever be granted, is they would only happen in fiction, not real life.
Like you say, there's already enough hate and suffering. I wish it'd stop.
edit on 2-7-2014 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)