Hate is a manifestation of evil.
Because evil is false, hate is false.
When you are feeling hateful, what you are really feeling is angry. Hate is solidified anger.
When someone is very angry, we say that they "lost their mind." Anger disables your mind.
When your mind is disabled you make poor choices, because you aren't thinking. That's what the devil wants.
Judaism teaches that evil is actually a construction. This means it is not real.
Judaism teaches that evil is parasitic. This means it needs a host in order to exist.
Your soul is good. It is real. It is part of God.
Evil must acquire souls in order to do its job.
Evil acquires souls when they're compromised by anger, lust, greed, fear, ego, and so on.
Evil traps souls when they are desperate. "Sold his soul to the devil."
Souls acquired by the forces of evil can be redeemed.
It is never too late to come back, except when you're dead.
The things I am telling you are true.
If you feel that you are too bad to come back to God, this is the devil whispering in your ear.
A global crime syndicate which thrives on, and trades in, evil, is going to stoke all sorts of extreme emotions (as well as indulge addiction/escapism) in order to throw people off balance. And stop them from coming back.
This global crime syndicate looks like you and me. It looks like Jews and Christians and Muslims and Hindus.
This global crime syndicate wears every kind of clothing. It inhabits all religions and ideologies. Because it is the physical manifestation of evil itself.
The task before us is to regulate our emotions, and not let emotions (such as outrage) regulate our lives.
Anytime someone points to a group and says, "they are the bad ones; GET THEM," you can be sure that the cabal has their souls under lock and key.
God loves everyone, God made us all.
Be ready to accept others who are truly (truly) on their own personal path of redemption.
At the same time, do not be afraid to say what you see, to call a thing what it is in your opinion. If someone calls you a hater because you're being genuine, and not hateful, that is completely their fish to fry.
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.