Saturday, October 3, 2009

Love is powerful than hate

Love and hate are the strongest opposites in our divided thinking. Why then unhappy love often turns into hatred and ruin relationships? A person who is in love loves everyone. This overwhelmingly feeling can change the radical world. A person in hate becomes a huge violent force. It drives to an abyss of destruction.
Love is more powerful than hate because, as it was in the song, love can lead to hate, whereas hate will never, even literally, produces love. Love is more powerful because it gives birth to new challenges. A new positive challenge, love changes a person. It enriches the world, extends all boundaries, enhances opportunities, brightens up friendships, and deepens emotions. A person in love has a specific aura, a kind of energy that is given off, scattered in all directions, all those love stories, powerful in their complex feelings and emotions.

But love will break away. It will vanish. So powerful to vanish, or love never will go away. Love's components are passion, and commitment, with their variations. Complete love that balances them all is rare. If Romeo and Juliet had lived longer, would they have loved each other with commitment? I have doubts. Love is powerful because it can transform people. It is, in fact, a transforming process of relationships, in which closeness remains stable.

Who does lived to hate? Love is powerful because it directs us, and makes our entity meaningful. Hate invites loneliness, but love denies it. Hate ruins personality, but love builds ego identity. Hate results in acts of violence, but love leads to acts of kindness. Hate destroys, but love will create. Hate is war, but love is peace. Hate is bad, but love is good. Hate is revenge, but love is construction. Hate is meaningless, but love has purpose. It is not possible "to love to hate". It is consistent; "love" will give birth to "love". That's why love is powerful than hate.

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