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Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?
Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?

Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.

Jesus seems to be saying that he is promoting division and war with a number of his sayings that pit father against son and brother against brother.

Jesus advocated division, war and hate; even as some think he preached to love our enemies.

Did Jesus hate and is hate thus a good character trait?

Regards
DL

Re: Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?
Reply #1
I try and I try not to hate. Sometimes, though, I hate you.
Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

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Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?
Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
Jesus seems to be saying that he is promoting division and war with a number of his sayings that pit father against son and brother against brother.
Jesus advocated division, war and hate; even as some think he preached to love our enemies.
Did Jesus hate and is hate thus a good character trait?
Regards
DL
It depends on whether one likes historical novels. But frankly m'dear, I don't give a damn.
Believer in High Powers, and naturally, logarithms.
Pikkiwoki is the one true god.

Re: Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?
Reply #3
I was talking to my pastor just the other day about this very subject.

The key thing he told me is, "Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Have anger in you, do you?"

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Reply #4
Things to know.....

All cognac is brandy.
But not all brandy is cognac.

Not all insecure people are haters.
But all haters are insecure people.
"This is your life and it's ending one minute at a time."

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Reply #5
I was talking to my pastor just the other day about this very subject.

The key thing he told me is, "Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Have anger in you, do you?"

I rarely ask a pastie for an opinion. I prefer Pi
Believer in High Powers, and naturally, logarithms.
Pikkiwoki is the one true god.

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Re: Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?
Reply #6
I try and I try not to hate. Sometimes, though, I hate you.
I gave up hate sometime in the 1980s, having concluded it had a worse effect on me than on the objects of hate. Revulsion, loathing, repugnance, disgust and similar emotional diminutives of hate remain on the menu. GIA can be pretty revolting at times.

He's used Kaa from the 60's Disney film as an avatar for years, and perhaps that's significant, if unconscious. Kaa in the film is a degraded version of the Kipling character. Disney Kaa is a comically evil creature, and a coward. Kipling's Kaa is an ancient and wise, if coldly self-interested, mentor to Mowgli.

Using that specific snake as self-representation, though, hints that he's a long path away from whatever ophitic illumination he might think he is aiming for.

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Reply #7
I was talking to my pastor just the other day about this very subject.

The key thing he told me is, "Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Have anger in you, do you?"

Indeed.

He and I would read one of the Jesus archetypes that said, "pick up your cross and follow me", the same way.

Regards
DL

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Reply #8
Things to know.....

All cognac is brandy.
But not all brandy is cognac.

Not all insecure people are haters.
But all haters are insecure people.

Or far sighted enough to want to leave better for those who will come after us than leave a mess.

If you define insecure as to include those like me who would seek greater security for my children and grand children, then I am all in to your description and proudly stand as guilty as charged. If you are not letting your love make you insecure, something is wrong with you.

Regards
DL

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Reply #9
I was talking to my pastor just the other day about this very subject.

The key thing he told me is, "Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Have anger in you, do you?"

I rarely ask a pastie for an opinion. I prefer Pi

You can never know where you might find a bit of wisdom.

"First they came for the Jews, but I did nothing because I'm not a Jew. Then they came for the socialists, but I did nothing because I'm not a socialist. Then they came for the Catholics, but I did nothing because I'm not a Catholic. Finally, they came for me, but by then there was no one left to help me." - Pastor Father Niemoller (1946)"

Wasn't DNA cracked by some clergy as well?

Regards
DL

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Reply #10
I try and I try not to hate. Sometimes, though, I hate you.
I gave up hate sometime in the 1980s, having concluded it had a worse effect on me than on the objects of hate. Revulsion, loathing, repugnance, disgust and similar emotional diminutives of hate remain on the menu. GIA can be pretty revolting at times.

He's used Kaa from the 60's Disney film as an avatar for years, and perhaps that's significant, if unconscious. Kaa in the film is a degraded version of the Kipling character. Disney Kaa is a comically evil creature, and a coward. Kipling's Kaa is an ancient and wise, if coldly self-interested, mentor to Mowgli.

Using that specific snake as self-representation, though, hints that he's a long path away from whatever ophitic illumination he might think he is aiming for.

I like being called a heretic.

Such allows me to recognize the level of intelligence in the other. It is a deflection to the definition of a label.

Common my furry little friend, you are way more intelligent than that.

Regards
DL

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Reply #11
my furry little friend

BWRV reported.

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Reply #12
I was talking to my pastor just the other day about this very subject.

The key thing he told me is, "Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Have anger in you, do you?"

I rarely ask a pastie for an opinion. I prefer Pi

You can never know where you might find a bit of wisdom.

"First they came for the Jews, but I did nothing because I'm not a Jew. Then they came for the socialists, but I did nothing because I'm not a socialist. Then they came for the Catholics, but I did nothing because I'm not a Catholic. Finally, they came for me, but by then there was no one left to help me." - Pastor Father Niemoller (1946)"

Wasn't DNA cracked by some clergy as well?

Regards
DL
no
Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

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Re: Jesus seems to hate some things. Do you? Is hate good?
Reply #13
I try and I try not to hate. Sometimes, though, I hate you.
I gave up hate sometime in the 1980s, having concluded it had a worse effect on me than on the objects of hate. Revulsion, loathing, repugnance, disgust and similar emotional diminutives of hate remain on the menu. GIA can be pretty revolting at times.

He's used Kaa from the 60's Disney film as an avatar for years, and perhaps that's significant, if unconscious. Kaa in the film is a degraded version of the Kipling character. Disney Kaa is a comically evil creature, and a coward. Kipling's Kaa is an ancient and wise, if coldly self-interested, mentor to Mowgli.

Using that specific snake as self-representation, though, hints that he's a long path away from whatever ophitic illumination he might think he is aiming for.

I like being called a heretic.

Such allows me to recognize the level of intelligence in the other. It is a deflection to the definition of a label.

Common my furry little friend, you are way more intelligent than that.

Regards
DL
No u.

Seriously, DL, afaict my post went right over your head. Too bad. You might have initiated a discussion, as opposed to your regularly scheduled loaded insinuations, which go nowhere, because they are annoying.

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Reply #14
I try and I try not to hate. Sometimes, though, I hate you.
I gave up hate sometime in the 1980s, having concluded it had a worse effect on me than on the objects of hate. Revulsion, loathing, repugnance, disgust and similar emotional diminutives of hate remain on the menu. GIA can be pretty revolting at times.

He's used Kaa from the 60's Disney film as an avatar for years, and perhaps that's significant, if unconscious. Kaa in the film is a degraded version of the Kipling character. Disney Kaa is a comically evil creature, and a coward. Kipling's Kaa is an ancient and wise, if coldly self-interested, mentor to Mowgli.

Using that specific snake as self-representation, though, hints that he's a long path away from whatever ophitic illumination he might think he is aiming for.

I like being called a heretic.

Such allows me to recognize the level of intelligence in the other. It is a deflection to the definition of a label.

Common my furry little friend, you are way more intelligent than that.

Regards
DL
No u.

Seriously, DL, afaict my post went right over your head. Too bad. You might have initiated a discussion, as opposed to your regularly scheduled loaded insinuations, which go nowhere, because they are annoying.

I do not discuss foolish notions that are that far over heads due to too much hot empty air.

Regards
DL