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Hate Vs Fear: “Fearing the unknown” Did you ever hear someone claim “I hate this” or perhaps “I hate that”? Do you consider they genuinely hate that object, person or idea? Are they puzzling hatred with fear? Exactly what is fear? Dread is a distressing emotion turned on by impending danger, bad or pain, Whether or not the menace is true or imagined. What exactly is hate? Hate should be to dislike intensely or with passion, feeling extreme aversion or extreme hostility toward, hate. Why is hate accepted in today’s culture? Saying a person hates anything, someone or an idea is a lot easier for most people in the current society, rather than saying they fear that.
They cannot have to make clear themselves why exactly they will “hate” a thing. It just is usually. We are taught from a age to feel hostility or hate towards opposition ideas, the for a child would be ingesting their fruit and vegetables. They may really hate eating these people, they dread what they might taste just like because they’re something new and taboo into a child. All of us fear the unknown and label that with hatred. Humans are quick to judge and dread the not known. We may certainly not admit it nevertheless we are bothered with xenophic tendencies. Hate creates a string reaction that numerous people are not aware of nevertheless fall into often, with the end result always staying fear.
The reason behind this chain reaction is usually lack of understanding and instantly gets the feeling of fear that leads to hate. The 1st reaction of hate is the take action of targeting. People can attack a person or perhaps an idea through words or actions, “No one episodes without intent to hurt”. An example of a hate related assault could be directed towards homosexuals. They are provided cruel labels such as faggot or flamer, which is the attack. The chain response is then followed by guilt, sense of guilt because you’re certain your attack was not logical, For example what happens if an adult manufactured fun of homosexuals frequently only to find out that their particular child is actually gay.
They will then go through the heavy pressure of guilt. Fear is the end result in this chain response. People fear punishment and so they fear that because they will know their thoughts/actions weren’t right, such as a parent may fear the punishment of losing their child because of their episodes on a thing sensitive intended for the child. The result of hate is always fear. When someone makes a choice to “hate” something, somebody or a good idea they’re actually making a choice intended for fear.
Hate makes people feel strengthened, when they have the idea that they hate some thing instilled inside their head it makes them feel higher than the thing or idea they “hate” giving them the sensation of being a hierarchy. With the feeling of hate a person also seems stronger. In today’s society it is so much easier for one to say that they hate a particular thing and leave it at that rather than have to explain themselves for the reasoning at the rear of the hatred, people hide fear with hatred. Because Lester W Pearson when said “Misunderstanding arising from ignorance breeds fear, and dread remains the best enemy of peace”.