Love-Hate

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Reply Thu 25 Mar, 2010 12:38 pm
I heard this the other day;
'To hate evil is to love good.'

So does this mean hate is necessary to prove love?
You cannot be good or love unless you hate evil?

More questions please,
I dont understand this statement completely but i am not sure it is totally wrong.
 
Pepijn Sweep
 
Reply Thu 25 Mar, 2010 01:13 pm
@sometime sun,
sometime sun;143655 wrote:
I heard this the other day;
'To hate evil is to love good.'

So does this mean hate is necessary to prove love?
You cannot be good or love unless you hate evil?

More questions please,
I dont understand this statement completely but i am not sure it is totally wrong.

Is respect for Evil a Good move ?
Questions are more difficult than the answers it seems.

Semana Santa in Sevilla, Cordoba, Malaga en Carthagena Nueva.

I remember I was in Greece / Samos with Orthodox Christians painting their homes, churches and graves. The (front) Doors of the City Church was closed with Palm leaves. Beauty !
 
mister kitten
 
Reply Thu 25 Mar, 2010 01:32 pm
@sometime sun,
sometime sun;143655 wrote:
I heard this the other day;
'To hate evil is to love good.'

So does this mean hate is necessary to prove love?
You cannot be good or love unless you hate evil?

More questions please,
I dont understand this statement completely but i am not sure it is totally wrong.


Love is completely independent of hate. It is not necessary for hate to be present in love. Not necessary at all. No room for hate in love. Hating evil does not bring the love of good, only the hating of evil.


I'm not sure whether hate and love are being used in correct context here. "To hate evil is to admire good."?
"To love evil is to love good."?
"To hate evil is to hate good."?
"To love evil is to hate good."? - Seems to hold up better than the original quote.
 
Pepijn Sweep
 
Reply Thu 25 Mar, 2010 01:47 pm
@mister kitten,
mister kitten;143675 wrote:
Love is completely independent of hate. It is not necessary for hate to be present in love. Not necessary at all. No room for hate in love. Hating evil does not bring the love of good, only the hating of evil.


I'm not sure whether hate and love are being used in correct context here. "To hate evil is to admire good."?
"To love evil is to love good."?
"To hate evil is to hate good."?
"To love evil is to hate good."? - Seems to hold up better than the original quote.


[CENTER]:bigsmile:
What about Love/Hate-relationships ?
Like I have with my sigarettes...

Magister YLaughing
[/CENTER]
 
mister kitten
 
Reply Thu 25 Mar, 2010 02:02 pm
@Pepijn Sweep,
Pepijn Sweep;143684 wrote:
[CENTER]:bigsmile:
What about Love/Hate-relationships ?
Like I have with my sigarettes...

Magister YLaughing
[/CENTER]


Pleasure/hate not love/hate.
 
Pepijn Sweep
 
Reply Thu 25 Mar, 2010 02:09 pm
@mister kitten,
Y'R absolutely Right
 
 

 
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