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verb (used with object), hat·ed, hat·ing.
to dislike intensely or passionately; feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility toward; detest:
to hate the enemy; to hate bigotry.
to be unwilling; dislike:
I hate to do it.
verb (used without object), hat·ed, hat·ing.
to feel intense dislike, or extreme aversion or hostility.
So there’s the definition. By definition, hatred is not a bad thing. In fact, our founders hated a king, hated a monarchy, hated injustice. Our country was, in fact, founded in as much hate as hope. So let’s not act like we are to wipe away hatred. No, we need to acknowledge that an intense and passionate dislike for things is not unnatural; racism, yes, bigotry yes, but actual hatred, real hatred, it’s always been a part of being human. But should we get rid of it. Yes, but how? I know, I tell you. Listen wherever you get your podcasts, watch and subscribe at youtube.com/reallykarel and donate at patreon.com/karel