By John Klue
To hate yourself is to hurt yourself.
To hate another is to hurt another.
We need not act on hatred for another.
We need not act on hatred for self.
Is it not easier to hurt thy self than hurt another?
Maybe but to hurt another is to be hated by another.
Who cares about what they think?
Who cares about them?
Who cares about me would hate to see me in pain.
Who cares about us is overlooked, when we only see another whom we hate.
Who cares about us is unseen, when we hate ourself.
Why not just let the others hate themselves? Why must we work for them?
Dose whoever hates me Work for me?
Whoever hates you will work against you. Working against is similar to working for.
The difference is only in what way the wheels go.
What if another is awful?
If they are awful why are they with you?
We need not be near the ones that we hate.
You need have known them to want a debate.
Is it not more work when you hate yourself?
Of course its more work. More risk more reward. Hating another just leaves you floored.
Hating yourself is a sign of poor health.
But hating another is like consuming raw butter. It leaves you fat and full.
Better that then empty.
Is it Better?
It is happier.
Is it healthier?
It can be dealt with.
Can it be felt with?
It is better that feeling destruction of self.
Better that than the death of another.
Is that selfless?
It is something.