11 months ago
Last edited at 12:50PM on 5/24/2013
The loss of love and compassion can turn into hate . When you lose your sense of compassion you start to not care about others which makes it easy to hate when you don't care about someone's existence or feelings .
Mostly because when people love, people trust more than they should. They leave themselves completely wide open and vulnerable to anything wrong that could happen. And when something wrong happens, then the person is hurt. I ll say what Yoda said in Episode 1 of the saga of Star Wars, but I ll add a little something. Since the person is hurt, the person feels pain. Pain leads to fear, ''fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, and hate, leads to suffering''. And that s why there s such thin line between love and hate. Specially for emotional people. Gby
When you give all what you have and expect it to work fine, and you see nothing can crash down this house over your head as it's the strongest thing you ever built, then that someone who you did all that for comes along and breaks it down "for mostly silly reasons" all this power within turns to anger which develop to hate when you see no good reason that your heart or brain accept! However i believe a person who fall in love can't hate BUT can walk away for good.
Well, lets first, for the sake of conversation, discuss the feeling of Love and the feeling of Hate. If you have ever been in such a deep love with someone, then you'll have (hopefully) noticed a sort of "heated" feeling within yourself, this is Love. By the same token, Hate, which can (but isn't always) be seen as the opposite of Love, has a similar "heat" only Hate burns the person who carries it and, if it is allowed to fester and boil for a relatively long period of time, it becomes an entity within the person him/herself. So to answer the question, the "fine line" between Love and Hate, lies within the direction, intensity, and feeling of the emotion itself.