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Feb 03, 2022


You confuse love with desire (selfish)

If you really love a being, see all living beings better, you can't hate him... it's impossible, you can only want his happiness, his peace, that he doesn't suffer, that's it benevolence, true love towards all.

On the other hand, to desire a being (man or woman), to covet him or to be "passionate" by him or her, can also be transformed into hatred, because the exclusive and possessive desire in itself very often contains a part of hatred; as well as if you like or rather "desire" (the word is more accurate) to play a video game for example, the passion for the game can be accompanied by greed and hatred: example the game does not work, you lose at the game or people prevent you from playing your game so to fulfill your ephemeral desire.

It's the same thing, almost always, in the "so-called amorous passion" which is above all, largely Desire passion, (and not Love), so desire can always be mixed with hatred, example: you want to live with a man or a woman you want, but the relationship does not work, or you lose him (for another), or people or him prevent you from fulfilling your desire (emotional, sexual, possessive or other...) at this moment the desire is always mixed with a part (more or less conscious) of hatred, jealousy, violence or others, especially if it does not "respond" to your selfish desire... to your requirements

So yes " desiring and disliking " very often go together

on the other hand, to really love all living beings, without expecting anything in return, without profiting from them or monopolizing any, without excluding any, without selfish desire, loving freely, and for free, and asking for nothing, that is supreme love. , true, and this one if it is pure and infinite, contains no hatred, only peace, love, compassion.

You who asked the question, I love you!


Feb 03, 2022


Yes. Because hate and love are two sides of the same coin.

The opposite of love is not hate but fear. The closure. And so the flight. The rejection. Or abandonment.

We stop being in love with someone when we no longer feel anything towards them. Neither love. Nor hatred. Just the desire to stay in touch. Or not.


Feb 03, 2022


I think so, there are times when you think to yourself I'd give her her blue, but when you've calmed down and the tension drops, you see very well that you love her more than you hate her and that you you were made for each other. You hate certain things that the person does and not the person, there's a big difference, If it's really the person you hate, then that's more serious, there's a bigger problem.


Aug 06, 2022

 Yes, it's quite possible to hate and love someone at the same time. Teenagers have mixed feelings toward their parents almost all the time, they love their parents enough to check on them at the end of the day. However, at the same time, they can't wait to move out and never look at them again. And why is this? because they're trying to figure themselves out and they're not sure who is on their side for good. 
Secondly, the two emotions tend to be confused with one another when you're trying to deny one of them. If you're in love with someone and you're constantly trying to tell yourself that you couldn't care less, that they're 'infuriating' you're attempting to repress your original feelings and make yourself dislike the other person. However, at the end of the day, one of them always tends to prevail. 

Feb 22, 2023


Yes, it is possible to experience both love and hate for someone at the same time. This can be a very complex and difficult emotional experience, and it can be challenging to reconcile these seemingly conflicting emotions.

It's important to understand that love and hate are not necessarily opposites, and they can coexist in a complex mix of emotions. Love is often associated with positive feelings of affection, admiration, and care, while hate is associated with negative feelings of anger, resentment, and hostility. However, in some cases, these feelings can overlap and coexist.

For example, someone may love a family member who has hurt them deeply, or they may love a romantic partner who has betrayed their trust. In these situations, it's possible to feel both love and hate towards the same person.

It's important to acknowledge and accept these complex emotions and seek support if needed. Talking to a therapist or trusted friend or family member can be helpful in processing these emotions and finding a way to move forward.