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August 25, 2014


Laura Ehlers

So true. I like the 'think globally - act locally' approach. Be kind in your daily life and let the love spread outward from you.
It also helps to educate yourself on the things/people which you 'hate'. Sometimes an understanding of why they act the way the do will help. You may not agree with them, which is fine, but you may be less likely to throw a blanket of negative emotion over them too.

Sharon Greenthal

I cannot understand the fury and hatred that I see in the world in the name of religion. It is simply incomprehensible to me.

The Shitastrophy

Hate is learned, sadly parents often push their hate and ignorance on their kids. Sad.

Anne Louise Bannon

Amen, amen. My deepest struggle is my rush to judge others, and even worse that I hate being judged negatively, myself. I think St. Therese of Lisieux had the right idea - to make love our vocation. I'm working on it.


Thank you for commenting. I just discovered this discussion. Thankfully, in matters of grudges my short attention span serves me well. I just don't have the discipline to tend to the nursing of a grudge. I can't even keep up with my own thoughts and opinions (and the comments they generate) let alone stand in judgment of the other guy. I really appreciate you taking the time to read and comment so beautifully on my blog! Thank you!

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