Love is a powerful emotion that everyone wants. The fact is that love will overcome anything as long as you have the right motives. Whereas, the word hate has a very deep and harsh meaning, it means to have an intense or passionate dislike towards someone or something. George Orwell’s book, 1984, shows us a prime example of a society based on hate. Moreover, a society based on hate will not survive, the government will manipulate the people to destroy themselves.
As stated in the introduction love and hate have many similarities. With emotions, energy, and thought process being three of them. As seen in the paragraphs above love and hate are two very difficult emotions. They can also have different meanings depending on the individual. They also take up a lot of an individual’s energy or cause them to put too much energy into loving and hating a person or thing. Thinking about loving or hating someone can cause your thought process to make you become a completely different person. Loving or hating a person or thing is not always a pleasant experience especially if the emotion is not reciprocated. Caution should be used when feeling extreme love or hate for something or
Hate crime today, is defined as a crime that is inspired race, sexuality, gender, disability or ethnicity that involves violence or prejudice actions. Some say change is coming to the world against hate crimes because hate crime has been slowly decreasing over the years. Sexuality has been an issue for many people in the world because they do not accept one to be happy with themselves. Many people think telling other what to do, how to live, and how to be happy is the way to life, but it isn’t. Many think it’s unethical in most religion, many think it’s inhumane but what really matters to those who get bullied is how they feel about themselves. People should be comfortable with their sexuality, not always put down, especially when it comes to being violently abused. Hate crimes on sexuality have been around for many years and the methods people used are disturbing and unnecessary for their own satisfaction because it helps solve nothing. The history to present day is a fascinating story to how things changed for the better or worse.
Hate plays a role in the life of many people today leading the argument whether hate is acceptable in everyday life. Hate allows nothing but pain and suffering to continue on and feuds to continue through time. Hate is a lifestyle, lived by the people of today's society that don't have the courage to stand up for what is right. Hate allows for people to persecute and discriminate without much reason or cause allowing for these people to not change their ideas and adapt to the world ahead. Hate is not acceptable and should not be tolerated, but in today's world this is a diminishing view as ideas of segregation of people by religion, race, ethnicity, culture and many other factors is very common. The argument should
In real life, the examples that showcase hate has more destructive as love in real life would be the fight against hate crimes on
Love and hate are said to be strong feelings. While this is true, there is still a lot of hate and love in this world. In class, we’ve read two stories set in the 1940’s during the Holocaust. In the articles I’ve read, there are many examples of love and hate. The disheartening thing is, there is more founded examples of hate than there is of love.
The topic that was developed in topic Week one for the Final Research proposal was on the subject, “The Impact of Hate Violence on victims.” The research was conducted by the National Institute against Prejudice and Violence so as to determine the nature and level of hate violence on victims in the year 2011.
An author at an English conference stated,"Violence is the drug of choice for kids today." In recent years, a number of parents have become increasingly concerned about the media business exposing their children to violent images. Many parents worry that repeated exposure to violent images may cause children to become violent themselves. The hysteria about violence in the media has even caused some adults to compare violent images to drugs, suggesting that violent images are not just harmful, but potentially addictive. As a result, parents seem stricter than ever. Due to indisputable statistics regarding juvenile violent crime, flaws in the research claiming violent images cause violence, and the unsupported statement that violence is
Racial violence is never-ending here in America. It has occurred since slavery in 1619 and is still going on in present-day America. Just last month there was an incident of racial violence in Charlottesville, VA, which will be explained in detail later on. Violence motivated by race, how does our presidents react? How does having an African American president deal with violence compared to the typical President? There are differences for sure, for better or for worse? We will find out. The medium in which the last president; Obama and our current President; Trump is also rather different. One has a more sophisticated way of getting out his important news while the other turns to social media. While the medium has little effect when we are talking and comparing the messages from within. But, it could be interpreted as silly to be using Twitter, a social media that only allows 140 characters to share a message. Is our president really getting out an informed statement on very important issues in a limited amount of words? You decide, but let’s wait till we hear the facts.
In my opinion, hate is the most extreme and intense form of dislike that a person can possess. It is the deepest form of anger towards another person, a place, a religion, an idea etc. Disliking a person, idea, or religion is one thing, but hating those things means that you have no sympathy for them and you dislike it so much that it makes you extremely angry. Hate is one of the strongest emotions that exists. Hate is something that is acquired and built up overtime.
Have you ever experienced racism? Most of us have and we all know it is not a good feeling, because it has always been here. I have witnessed racism and discrimination first hand. One of my friends Ricardo was teased on a daily basis by white kids. He was constantly teased for his race and for the people he hung out with. The kids would shout at him “go back to your country” “where's your green card” “leave you beaner” This all occurred during class time in middle school. The staff would see this but wouldn't do anything about it, and when RIcardo tried to defend himself he would get in trouble. This school was almost all whites and this can be considered racial profiling. I believe that this caused him to be less confident in himself and made him fear other people. According to racism statistics and facts “racism has been mainly responsible for the death of over 62 million human beings in the last 100 years” Over the course of the year this has become a problem in white and
Internally, hate is not good for a person to continue to do. It causes people to become bitter and angry and that normally will transfer over into other areas of their lives. People become irritable with their families, often slip into depression and become sluggish. It can be the simplest thing that someone may say to you and it could cause you to snap in a second. It causes people to not want to be around a person that is filled with hate. It also causes people to make poor decisions. One could say that Hitler was filled with hate, and the people that he caused to die and suffer is innumerable. The effects
Known as the antithesis of love, hate is considered to be one of the strongest emotions a person can experience. This emotion can stem from a variety of ugly characteristics in the person feeling the hate. There are forms of hate that are derived from emotions, such as jealousy or anger. While these types of hate may have a negative impact, they are not the most detrimental possibilities. Another kind of hatred is prejudice, which is a negative opinion without the basis of experience or logic. Prejudice also results in the persecution of many people who are innocent of the immorality that they are accused of. The worst kind of hate is prejudice because it stems from ignorance and misinformation and impacts a large group of people.
Reith stated that “past civilizations fell because no police mechanism existed between the army of the ruler and the people.” If we take a look at the conditions of our inner cities, we see that ignorance and violence go hand in hand in causing disorder. Now more than ever we see violence on the account of a political and/or personal stance being accepted by many. Furthermore, in my opinion violence of any nature should be dealt with appropriately regardless of your gender, race, orientation, viewpoint etc. “Once ignorance is weaponized, violence seems to be a tragic inevitability” (Gioux, 2016). For example, the devastating mass shooting that happened in a nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The club was targeted by the gunman because of a personal dislike against people who identify with the LGBTQ community.
“I’m gonna knock you down!” This is what you typically hear when you are in a fight or are observing one. We see this kind of violent behavior everyday in our life. Everybody including students, teacher, and parents have experienced this kind of assault at least one time in their life. After the fights, and the quarrels, people don’t think about one thing and that is why did they do this? What was the reason? Why did they resort to violence? Some people say that it is because of anger, and other’s say that it is a way to defend yourself. But there is more to this topic. People also resort to violence because they think it is a priority and for their friends, family, and their other loved ones. The