Reasons why hate is time wasted

 Hate Doesn’t Really Hurt Other People

You don’t even want to imagine where you could end up because of this. Hatred has a way of making you care about what someone thinks of you.

You end up doing things, succeeding at them, and looking at this person to see what they say or how they’re going to react. Please don’t waste your time.

Half of these people couldn’t even think farther than they could sit in a love-seat adjacent to their body. Why would you expect them to have consideration, respect, or anything for anyone else?

Yeah sure, maybe some people will get jealous and feed that dark desire, but what if they don’t.

What if you get to the pinnacle of success and happen to be standing among the world’s most successful people? You look up and see this person, this doubter, this high school bully, to name a few, and you manage to get their attention. You walk up to them, greet them, and ask if they remember you. And for the life of them, they can’t remember you at all. And guess what, even if they could remember, a smart jerk, male or female, wouldn’t give you that type of satisfaction.

All I’m saying is, if you’re going to move-on then do that and leave the past where it is. You will find yourself very disappointed for climbing to a level that someone is on that you hate, just to be better than them. And when you surpass them on their ladder, nothing happens. You’re just there, and they’ve moved on so far they don’t even remember you or care to.

Don’t let hate waste your valuable time and capabilities in life.

Source: sonquioey10

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