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Spread Love Not Hate – By Fariha Khan

Fariha Khan
Freelance Writer

Spread Love Not Hate
نفرت نہیں، محبت پھیلاوٌ
नफरत नहीं प्यार फैलाओ

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Hate multiplies hate, violence multiplies violence, and toughness multiplies toughness in a descending spiral of destruction.

“Bitterness imprisons life; love releases it. Bitterness paralyzes life; love empowers it. Bitterness sours life; love sweetens it. Bitterness sickens life; love heals it. Bitterness blinds life; love anoints its eyes.”

“Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it.”

“Love is something that is cultivated between two people and grows over time, through getting to know him or her and experiencing life’s many ups and downs together. It involves commitment, time, mutual trust, and acceptance.”

What is love?

Love is an emotion that keeps people bonded and committed to one another. True love fosters a connection that goes beyond the superficial. It’s a bond that often involves understanding each other’s core values, beliefs, and life goals. This connection creates a sense of companionship, where both partners feel they’re on the same team, working towards common dreams.

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant  or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful;[it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

Love is an emotion that keeps people bonded and committed to one another. True love fosters a connection that goes beyond the superficial. It’s a bond that often involves understanding each other’s core values, beliefs, and life goals. This connection creates a sense of companionship, where both partners feel they’re on the same team, working towards common dreams.


How to Love a Hateful Person

Understand Why Love is Important

Since hate is such a destructive, toxic force in society and relationships, responding to hate with love is a powerful way to break the cycle of harm and abuse that hatred can often bring with it. Loving actions often have a way of disarming people. Being treated lovingly by someone from whom they expected hate may surprise them. Maybe your actions will interrupt their plans for more harmful words or behavior. Maybe it will diffuse some of their aggression. Maybe it will help them think about the consequences of continuing to harm someone who has been kind to them for their own emotions, their conscience, or their reputation. Being loving instead of retaliating also frees you from starting or continuing a cycle of harm. When deciding to love, you are releasing yourself from the rage and bitterness that fuels retaliation and leaving room for healing and growth.

Benefits of love on health

Increases Life Expectancy
Research suggests that married people in particular, but also those involved in healthy social relationships, typically live longer. The benefits of these relationships can even lower your risk of having a heart attack, developing certain types of cancer, and becoming infected with pneumonia.
Maintains a Healthy Heart
Studies indicate that those who are involved in healthy, happy marriages have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease compared to those who experience stressful relationships or tend to feel lonely often.
Keeps the Doctor Away
Feeling loved, cared for, and secure tends to boosts the immune system and reduce the chance of catching a cold and other viral infections. Those who have a loving support system also tend to recover more quickly from an illness.
Lowers Blood Pressure
Happily married couples have been shown to have better blood pressure values as compared to those who are unhappily married or single. So, when you’re with the one you love, that light, fluttering feeling you have in your heart may actually be your blood pressure dropping.
Decreases Anxiety
MRI scans have shown that those who are involved in stable, long-term relationships have greater activity and activation in the part of the brain that is responsible for the reward/pleasure response and less activation in the area of the brain associated with anxiety.
Reduces Stress Levels
Due to the security and support healthy relationships tend to offer, you are less likely to feel stressed when you have a partner or close friend to help you through difficult situations and emotions.
Eases Acute or Chronic Pain
Similar to how love reduces anxiety, love can also increase activity in the area of the brain associated with the control of pain. Happily married couples have reported having fewer complaints of back pain and headaches.
Helps Your Gut
80% of your immune system (and the vast majority of your body’s microbes) reside in your gut. The feeling of love can help nurture and support your life-enhancing gut microbiome and fight off harmful bacteria that can cause you to feel under the weather.
Improves Your Sleep
Because loving relationships lead to less stress, you are more likely to sleep well and feel refreshed when you wake in the morning. Tensions are eased when you feel loved and supported, and evidence suggests that happily married couples are 10% more likely to have a more restful sleep.
To conclude, if you are looking to lead a healthier life and reap the mental, emotional, and physical benefits that healthy relationships can provide, it’s important to cultivate those relationships in your life that make you feel secure and supported – whether they are romantic or not.

Only Love can bring peace in the world

Love is a very sacred thing in the world and it is a blessing of God. Only this sacred thing can bring peace in the world. Love can overcome almost anything and we believe that the power of love can bring everyone together to save our beautiful planet earth. So many people want to make a difference in the world but don’t know how or where to start so we have made a foundation that will allow people to contribute to saving not only this generation but the generations to come. Believe in the Power of love, its time to make a change!

Only peace can save the world and only love can

Most of the world would prefer a peaceful life to an exciting life. If we truly desire a lasting peace we must promote love for one another. Let us not use bombs and guns to overcome the world. Let us use love and compassion. Peace and war begin at home. If we truly want peace in the world, let us begin by loving one another in our own families. If we want to spread joy, we need for every family to have joy. Can peace ever be built on blood? No, it cannot. Peace only springs from love. And love does not kill. Love does not destroy. Love does not know borders. Love does not even protect or defend itself. Love only loves. Love IS. The enemy does not live in another country or in another body. The enemy lives within us. Within each of us. The enemy is fear. Fear separates. Fear dictates. Fear paralyzes. Fear kills. What we need is no war. We don’t even need a revolution. What we need is an evolution. A conscious evolution. And we need it now. From every religion and from no religion. Not one is like the other. Everybody is unique and yet we are all the same. We are all souls who have chosen to come here for a human experience. It was our decision to be here on earth at this very moment in time. A special moment in time. A time, where a massive shift is happening. So let’s be part of this shift; consciously. Every day, every hour, every minute, every second. Let’s take responsibility; not just for what is going on in our world but all over the world. You are here for a reason. And the world needs you. So let us return home – to LOVE, which is the mothership of PEACE.
What is Hate or Hatred?
Hatred or hate is an intense negative emotional response towards certain people, things or ideas, usually related to opposition or revulsion toward something. Hatred means to feel a strong emotional dislike toward something or someone. You feel hatred of people who have done terrible things to you.
Hatred erodes the container in which it is carried.  We must protect ourselves from the mental and physical damage that is inherent when we allow hatred to remain a constant companion, when we stoke the flames and nourish that hatred.  It is destructive. Hatred is a powerful emotion.  The word hate itself is a missile of destruction when directed at a person. It destroys individuals and relationships, tearing down unity of purpose and community.
Parents try to teach children to be tolerant of others and to accept those who may not be just like them. But can we be tolerant of unacceptable behavior in others?  We teach acceptance of differences; however, when those behaviors overstep the general rules of society, that being the conformity of society, problems naturally occur. Being tolerant of others is not a sign of weakness.  It does not mean we change our convictions. We learn to communicate and interact with kindness, compassion, and a gentler way.
Every act of hate must be met with an act of love

Bridge the gap of communication breakdowns.  We develop maturity and understanding as we confront our own off thinking. Then we must seek to grow in our ability to interface with those who may not think, act or look like we do. We are free to choose how we live, how we interact, but we are not free from the consequences of our choices.  It takes a stronger person to interact calmly and reasonably than for the one who frequently goes on a rant while losing self-control.

What is the root cause of hatred?
What are the root causes of hate? Hate is based in issues of power and control. Hate comes from the idea that certain people can or should have power and control over others. These ideas come from our history where certain people took power over others.
What emotion is hatred?
Hatred or hate is an intense negative emotional response towards certain people, things or ideas, usually related to opposition or revulsion toward something. Hatred is often associated with intense feelings of anger, contempt, and disgust. Hatred is sometimes seen as the opposite of love.
Does hatred ever go away?
Studies on hatred suggest it tends to persist. Prolonged hatred may lead to a desire for revenge or preemptive action against a perceived threat. Some people harbor hatred for others but never act on it. Others become energized by hate and express their feelings through violent acts.
What hate does to the body?
Hatred also triggers the mind to try to predict what the person being hated may do as a defense mechanism. This leads to further anxiety, restlessness, obsessive thinking, and paranoia, which affects overall mental health. Hatred negatively impacts the nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system.

Hate is a feeling of intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or a sense of injury. It is extreme dislike or disgust. Hatred is an emotion. Extreme hatred can inspire violence. Hatred is a feeling everyone has felt and experienced at some point, especially after being betrayed or hurt physically or emotionally by someone. It is normal to have hateful feelings occasionally. However, feeling hatred over a long time and holding on to hate can be detrimental to the mind and body.

Hate can breed more negative emotions. It can affect personal and professional relationships. Hatred changes the chemistry in the brain. It stimulates the area in the brain responsible for planning and execution of motion. This part triggers aggression while feeling hateful to either defend or attack. This also creates “fight or flight” responses and increases the levels of two hormones: cortisol and adrenaline. These hormones can cause weight gaininsomniaanxietydepression, and chronic illness. Hatred also triggers the mind to try to predict what the person being hated may do as a defense mechanism. This leads to further anxiety, restlessness, obsessive thinking, and paranoia, which affects overall mental health.

Hatred negatively impacts the nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system. Extreme emotions trigger the release of stress hormones in the brain. Over time, these stress hormones lead to increased inflammation throughout the body, resulting in significant health consequences. The more intense an emotion becomes, the more physically demanding it is to contain it. Holding on to hate can be exhausting. It can cause involuntary clenching of the jaw, grinding the teeth, and tensing the muscles.


How to get rid of hatred

People often ignore their emotions of hate or justify and blame others for their hate. Unaddressed negative emotions build up and intensify over time, affecting the mind and body. The following tips can help get rid of hatred:

  • Acknowledge that you feel hateful. Acknowledging this can begin to deal with this emotion and find a solution to the problem.
  • Understand the root cause of hate. Hate usually stems from fear, insecurity, or mistrust.
  • Do not compare yourself with others. Strive to be the best version of yourself instead.
  • When you feel hate or anger, it is best to take a step back and avoid reacting in heat of the moment. It is difficult to make the right decisions when you are feeling hateful and angry.
  • While feeling hate or anger, you may consider taking a break from the situation, going for a walk, mediation, playing with pets, or doing an activity you find enjoyable.
  • Face the problem instead of ignoring the issue. Try to find a solution to the problem. You may consider talking to someone you trust, such as a close friend, family, or partner. You can also consider seeking the help of a therapist or counselor. They can assess you to understand your emotions and the origin of hate. Treatment generally involves counseling to help manage negative emotions and develop coping mechanisms. Medication may be prescribed if needed.
How do I cope with hatred?
Stay away from people and places that make you uncomfortable. Take breaks away from media and social media. Engage and disengage from conversations as needed. Assert your needs and own your readiness especially if you feel judged for not being or acting a certain way.
No Hate in My Faith — Muslims for Progressive Values

The Destructive Power of Hate

Poison isn’t always something you eat or drink – it can be an emotion. And hate is one of them, eating you up inside and causing destruction. 

Hate is a mighty strong emotion. This mental venom can pollute your spirit, poison your soul and seep into all of the relationships that surround you. Anyone who has found themselves wrapped up in the arms of hate knows how damaging and mind-consuming it can become. Even the word carries power, particularly if it comes from a friend, a family member or a child.

While hate can be directed at almost anything – animals, foods, jobs, movies – the most destructive is hatred toward other people. Hate turned outward is both dangerous and ugly. It can motivate violent crime and damaging behaviors. At the heart of all hatred is blame, and this is particularly true for hatred turned outward. When one feels like they’ve been seriously wronged or victimized by someone, their discontent and anger carries with it the potential seeds of hatred. Someone said, “Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.”

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