Ignorant Hate

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Joshua, 1977-

“If there is an energy bubble, a little bit of it gets sucked up, and now your bubble is smaller. It is hate out of misunderstanding.”

Giving without being asked, not for brownie points or feeling good about yourself, but because you see a need; to me, that comes from God. Do I experience acts of kindness? Absolutely, all the time! The best ones are when I need something, or someone else around needs something, and somebody sees it. They see the need, that person isn’t asking, there might not even be evidence of a need, but they come over and ask, ‘Hey man, are you alright? Do you need anything?’ And they give the person what they need at that moment, and there is no greed behind it, no excess about it.

Unkind moments? People yelling at you, ‘Get a job!’ or ‘You bum!’ or ‘Dirty piece of shit!’ And it hurts, it takes a little away from you. If there is an energy bubble, a little bit of it gets sucked up, and now your bubble is smaller. It is hate out of misunderstanding. I am sure if I sat down with most of these people and they knew what I was doing, they would stop. I can understand hate if somebody hurts you or your family, that is an entirely different hate, but ignorant hate is the worst.



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