Hate is the most potent emotion fueling of our power, as it gives us the means by which we can impose our will upon the world, to shape it in accordance with our desire, to not accept things as they are, but rather to make the radical moves necessary to change them.
Only when we can do this to our aweful world will it be worthy of our love, a love we created by our own hatred!
Meaning, if you don't want to be hated, you may inherently be telling yourself not to be loved. At least, when it comes to your brain and emotions since both are very closely linked to one another in how they are used.
Which reminds me of another quote, "Love is not the opposite of hate - it's apathy."
People tend to hate things that are against their values. Subjects (like religion, politics, etc) that expose polarizing views will always produce haters and supporters. If one always tries to stay neutral or agreeable about everything to appease others, they are in a sense, being inathentic in which others are unable to see the real self. If all you see and love in a person turns out to be a projected image, is it really love? If so, are they deserving of it?
Another way to spin it: if you aren't willing to take a risk, why should you be deserving of others taking a risk on you?
3rd, Inciting hatred in at least a few means that you have conviction or passion for whatever it is and there is a higher likelihood that you are living your life. Who wants to have someone in their life with no passion or conviction?
My read on it is that if you aren't willing to stand behind something or someone where you may be hated then in turn you don't deserve the good that can come. Maybe it's a bit of the fair weather concept. Etc.
I think it's silly. Usually if you're hated, it's because you're acting like a dick. Not always, of course, but I'd say more often than not.
Acting like a dick does not magically make you entitled to love, IMO.
“There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.” ~ John Rogers
Loads of people hate me but I think I deserve to be loved whether or not that'd be the case, people hate me because they're wrong about shit and sort of know it but rationalise it and then I come along and they dont like how they begin to doubt their rationalisations and shit and it makes them hate me.
I'm a righteous mofo. Although perhaps I am hated because I win the ladies hearts too.
And being awesome. Average people hate the awesome.