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Have you ever hated someone without knowing why? For example, you hate someone you just met, for no reason. Or you hate someone because of their gender, their hair color, their political views or their age. Why?


Perhaps before you hated that type of person, you tried to help someone like him or her.


For example, Jill says, "Can you give me a $3000 loan?"


You say, "No, I won't give you a loan, but I can show you how to get a raise."


Jill says, "Forget it! If I wanted your advice, I'd ask for it."


You suddenly feel a little hatred for Jill. Her comment is deeply insulting.

"If you think of somebody you hate, you can probably remember a time when you tried to help him or a man like him. Your hatred, actually, is based on the fact that you flopped." -- L. Ron Hubbard


You tried to help someone and you failed. Perhaps you gave some bad advice. Maybe the person didn't want the kind of help you offered. Maybe the person did not realize you had good intentions, at the time.


It's a rotten, upsetting feeling to try to help someone . . . and fail.


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