Dissonant, Edacious

Echoing, Seething, Unyielding

Progenitor of violence



9 thoughts on “Hate

  1. Hate, like many other words today, has been diluted. “I hate those socks,” kind of thing, or simply, “I hate when that happens.” We throw words around, changing their meaning for our own use, whenever we feel like it. Hate can simply mean that someone doesn’t like something. Lots of things are watered down now days. The other, older meaning of he word, can bring up visions of danger and often violence. Revenge, a never ending determination to cause harm. It can also be used as a defense…”I hate you for doing that.” Lots of meanings for our words, we just have to be sure we know which meaning is relevant when it’s being used.

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