Trying not to hate someone, makes you hate them even more. At least, that's what our Social Psychology teacher told us yesterday. I don't know if I can believe him, he said some more things that didn't make sense.
I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
- George W. Bush -
I'm talking about the majority. I know it's wrong to make generalizations, but most people are dumb, boring and unreliable pieces of garbage that destroy your life whenever they might gain any benefit from it.
I'd like to change it if I could. Misanthropy is not an easy thing to live with, you know. It just became a part of me, over the years.
I understand. I found a belief of my own a few days ago that startled me. It's not misanthropy, but it definitely has caused me trouble, and I'd like to change it. Although, I'm not sure how to do that, yet.
You said, "I'd like to change it if I could." A thought: Do you happen to have any kind of belief, something along these lines: that everyone is equal?
Like, we are all star dust. Or, we were all born as vulnerable babies, but we were all heavily influenced by experiences, and not all of those were helpful experiences.
Maybe strengthening (exploring) a belief like one of those would lessen misanthropy.
I'm thinking I could do that kind of thing with the belief that's causing me trouble. Maybe it would work.