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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    And such is all emotion. It is neurobiological in nature.

    Love, hate, guilt, remorse, happiness, sadness, anger, none of it is good or bad. It's being human.
    I would agree, but add that any actions taken based on those emotions may be good or bad.


    People keep mentioning how hate makes you feel bad, but I don't think that's always the case. I feel good when I'm both unafraid and feel hate for things that are bad.

    As in...
    I HATE Westboro baptist church and everything its stands for!!!


    That felt good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefeater View Post
    I would agree, but add that any actions taken based on those emotions may be good or bad.


    People keep mentioning how hate makes you feel bad, but I don't think that's always the case. I feel good when I'm both unafraid and feel hate for things that are bad.

    As in...
    I HATE Westboro baptist church and everything its stands for!!!


    That felt good.
    Hey, me too.



    However, is that really intense hate?

    Or is that just intense dislike?

    Wouldn't hate drive you in a more angry fashion to perhaps want to act out (even if you chose not to)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Hey, me too.



    However, is that really intense hate?

    Or is that just intense dislike?
    I think intense dislike is hate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Wouldn't hate drive you in a more angry fashion to perhaps want to act out (even if you chose not to)?
    I don't think any action is done without choice unless you have a physical problem.
    I think hate and anger can be controlled and made use of in a positive way. I don't think hate and anger necessarily entail a loss of self-control.

    Although, since WBC is already far too familiar with hate it might be better to just offer them a donut.
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    I've just noticed that there's a difference between the way I "hate" Ann Coulter, and hate someone who I once loved who actually has hurt me or someone I love in some real way. There's a difference between "hating" math and the hate I feel for people who harm those are weaker than them just to turn a profit.

    The first examples of "hate" are intense dislike and are seriously things I'd rather avoid. The secondary examples of things I hate make me actually want to react to that person, thing, or organization and either punish them or stop them.

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    P.S. That link is great, Beefeater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    *monotone flight attendant voice over the PA system*

    I hope you've enjoyed your flight here on Semantics Airways. Our in flight movie this evening will be Father of the Bride starring Steve Martin, and our in flight meal will be steamed clams, broccoli, all topped off with an elegant parcley garnish.
    But I ordered the KOSHER meal. *has fit and is subdued by an Air Quotes Marshal*

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    I've snipped your responses just to shorten my post. Now apply your responses to ego or self. IF you viewed anger and hatred in a neutral fashion, how would it impact on your perception of self?
    I would probably feel freer to feel what I want and need to feel. As in, I wouldn't be as concerned about censoring myself and my emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Oh fine! Brag about it! My brain tooth hurts!
    And in the center of this shrubbery maze we find.............. ANOTHER SHRUBBERY MAZE!!!

    *In the distance a flock of doves take off into the sunset*

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    Note: The opposite of love is apathy, not hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Note: The opposite of love is apathy, not hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Note: The opposite of love is apathy, not hate.
    Very true!

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