To Love; Not To Hate

We live To Love, Not To Hate!

Few simple things to avoid any kind of drama, the things which can help us to minimize the drama around us:

  • Never judge a person on the base of his/her region, or creed.
  • Never spread any kind of rumors and as well as don’t believe in any kind of rumors.
  • Never take decisions with an angry mind as an angry mind is a narrow mind.
  • Don’t blame others for personal problems. Just be strong enough to face and overcome any kind of problem created by any one; that will be the best answer to the person who created the problem.
  • Be open to any kind of new ideas, experiences, feelings, or opinions.
  • We can’t do anything about the past, so it’s better to leave it behind where it belongs.
  • Treat people in the same way you want them to treat you and remember that people can be different than what you make them out to be.
  • Don’t get affected by someone’s wrong judgment. Just be mindful of harsh and superfluous judgment.
  • We should be careful with our words as some words are better left unspoken, or addressed in a civilized face to face.
  • Let’s not forget why we live; we live to love, not to hate. All we need is a good life, love and peace. It’s with us how we take the life and remember that the whole darkness of the world can not snuff out the light of a single candle.

May love and peace prevail everywhere!

    • mobius faith
    • August 22nd, 2012

    Thanks for including the second point about rumors.
    Rumor-mongering is rampant in our media-saturated society. It is only after the facts are revealed that apologies come – and then it’s too late – the damage has been done.

    I wonder if we know what love is anymore in our culture. It seems that ever since the 60’s/70’s love has been associated with “good feelings” and all that emotional muck. But that’s not love in my opinion. Genuine love is when we look after what is beneficial for others. It is more related to action than feeling. Even hate is associated with emotions more than it’s destructive actions. I’m not saying emotions are bad but like anything if we place too much weight on them they can be more destructive than productive. So maybe that would be another good discussion: balancing emotions with action.

    Maybe we need a new vocabulary – I don’t know – just thinking out loud. 🙂 Thanks for your post. Inspiring as always.

  1. Beautiful post. Words to live by. Keep on going.

  2. I like your reminder that darkness cannot snuff out light.

    • faithrunsdeep
    • August 24th, 2012

    A summary list to remember act by:) The best way to avoid problems and drama is not to create or initiate one in the first place. 🙂

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