Of Hatred and Hypocrisy

By Frater Akuma

Most people say that it is wrong to hate.
Everyone is taught to love one another. If you have this mentality, you belong to the herd.

In my opinion, it is hard to love everyone than to curse or hate someone.

You cannot force yourself or try hard to love all. If you do this, you're suppressing your true feelings and your true nature.

I know a lot of people who 'try to fit in' or 'trying to be liked' by doing things for others or pleasing others.

They hide their true feelings like hatred, angst, or frustration because someone might caught him/her acting furiously or venting negative emotions that might be a turn-off for most people.

Some would rather shut their mouths and be kind to their enemy instead of teaching the other a lesson not to mess with him/her.

If you really hate someone, show them your fury. Throw them a curse (magickally, verbally or mentally), so that they'll soon realize that you're not just someone they can pick on.

On arguing with someone, there are things to consider. Make sure that you're fighter over an important matter or subject.

Fighting about nonsense things is just a waste of energy, and you'll end up like a childish freak. Being true to yourself and following your own instincts is individuality.

If you have doubts about your religion or belief, dare to question. If you're not happy with what you see or with your fellows, or 'brothers', leave that church or group.

It is better to be alone than hanging out with a bunch of stupid people. Ever since I was a kid, I feel the hypocrisy and the self-denial in people when I attend mass on Sundays. I can see how stupid people really are when I see a healing crusade on television.

Hatred is part of human nature. It also plays a big role in every religion especially in Xtianity. These xtian leaders brainwash people's brains and tell them to hate everything that's outside xtianity or their holy bible.

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