Hatred is a Disease

The Destructive Power of Hate

I used to harbor feelings of Hatred toward myself and others. I so hated myself, I learned to hate myself when I was a child. Consistently being told you are a mistake, a horrible child and all the other things my mother said to me. I couldn’t help but hate myself. I hated my mother for the way she treated me. It took many years to learn not to hate.

Poison isn’t always something you eat or drink it can also be an emotion. And hate is one of them eating you up inside and causing destruction. Do you have hate in your life? Read more to control it before it damages you or your love ones.

Hate is a very strong emotion. This mental venom can pollute your spirit, poison your soul and seep into all the relationships that surround you. Anyone who has found themselves wrapped up in the arms of hate knows how damaging and mind consuming it can become. Even the word carries power, particularly if it comes from a friend, a family member, or a child.

While hate can be directed at almost anything- animals, food, jobs, movies. The people especially in today’s world. The most destructive is hatred toward other people.

I want to you to ask yourself these questions. Does hate have a place in my life? Do I harbor any feelings of hatred toward myself or anyone else? If you do, I want you too address this negative feeling before it comes sometimes much more dangerous. Hate, when left unchecked, will drain your spirit, tarnish your soul and darken your days.

There are two kinds of hate-the kind that’s turned outward (explosion), and the kind that’s turned inward (implosion). Both of these will eat you up inside, so if you find yourself living with hate, perhaps today is a good day for a little wellness housecleaning.

Hating Others.

Hate turned outward is both dangerous and ugly. It can motivate violent crime and damaging behaviors. As in the violent rioting that’s going on right now in the United States. The learned hatred of racism. Their perceived rejection fueled by desperation, insanity and carnage that cost many people their lives.

At the heart of all hatred is blame, and this is particularly true for hatred outward. When one feels like they’ve been seriously wronged or victimized by someone, their discontent and anger carries with it the potential seeds of hatred.

Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.


I like this quote because the antidote for hatred is definitely within your grasp. The hand that slaps also has the potential to become the hand that comforts.it all depends how you choose to use that hand. The points also made in the antidote in origin. A grandfather talking to his young grandson tells the boy about the two wolves inside him, struggling with each other. The first is the wolf of peace, love, kindness. The other wolf of fear, greed, and hatred. “Which wolf will win, grandfather?” Asks the young boy. “Which everyone you feed” is the reply.

I couldn’t agree more with these two segments. The more you hold onto , the more likely it is that the hot coal of them emotion will burn you. And the more you feed it, the stronger it becomes.

However, you can control the feelings that can lead to hatred. I’ve developed a different meaning for “hate”- an acronym of the mindset you need to counter this destructive emotional assault on your mind and body. Simply think of H.A.T.E. This way: Healing Aggressive Thoughts Emotionally.

When you begin to feel hatred thoughts, stop, take a deep breathe, let it out very slowly and repeat this process for four or five repetitions.

Consciously challenge irrational hateful thoughts.

Replace those hateful irrational thoughts with calmer rational thoughts.

If your feelings are directed at another person limit contact with this person.

Employ a “distraction strategy” to refocus your mind- watch a movie, go for a walk, read a book, exercise.

Are You the Object of Hate?

If you’ve ever been the target of hatred, you know how upsetting, frightening and emotional it can be. Actually, since the overall effects of hatred are so physically harmful and emotionally devastating. Perhaps we should also think of hatred as another type of H-bomb.

As you may recall, real H-bombs (hydrogen bombs) generate most of the energy they produce from something called nuclear fission is also what ignites the explosion of a nuclear weapon.

In a similar way, hatred produces energy for destructive power. And the fission- what actually ignites the explosion- is driven by the entente hostility, fear, anger, or sense of injury one feels. When you’re confronted by this kind of extreme dislike, you basically have two choices regarding your response: you can either sink to the hater’s level and toss a few H-bombs of your own, or you can recognize this as a character flaw and not respond.

To often, we turn our feelings of dislike on ourselves, which is equally damaging. Hate turned inward can crush your spirit and impact your health. Take overeating, for example, which many say, some is a symptom of self hate. By compulsively overeating to make yourself sick, putting on unhealthy weight and contributing to a feeling of unattractiveness- all of these forms of self-punishment.

Overeating however, is the only way that self-hatred manifests, engages. Risky behaviors and cutoff those who love them.

Self-haters are driven to punish themeselves for a variety of reasons, such as feeling insecure, guilty, unattractive, unproductive or self-critical. These negative, internal feelings shape and give life to the destructive impulses of self-hatred.

Ultimately, self hatred is characterized here dislike for oneself and, often, low self-esteem. What’s particularly difficult about self-loathing is that can avoid the hater.

As You Are Shifting

As you are shifting, you will begin to realize that you are not the same person you used to be. The things you used to tolerate have become intolerable. When you once remained quiet. You are now speaking your truth. When you once battled and argued, you are now choosing to remain silent, you are beginning to under the value of your voice and there are some situations that no longer deserve your time.

Helper Utah

The little railroad town, living in the past.

Looking for inspiration

Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.

Every morning when I open my eyes I say to myself: I not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it will be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it

-Groucho Marx

Happiness is an attitude. We either make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same.

-Francesca Reigler

Whatever the mind of a man can conceive and believe it can achieve.

-Napoleon Hill

Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it

-Charles R. Swindon

The key to success is not through achievement, but through enthusiasm.

-Malcolm Forbes

A positive attitude may not solve your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.

-Helm Albright

Character is the result of two things: mental attitude and the way we spend our time.

-Elberd Hubbard

Our attitude towards life determines life’s attitude toward us.

-John Mitchell

You must start with a positive attitude or you will surely end without one.

-Carrie Latet

To many people miss the silver lining because they’re expecting gold.

-Maurice Setter

Success is falling nine times and getting up ten.

-Jon Bon Jovi

The difference between can and cannot is only three letters. Three letters that can shape your life’s direction.

-Remez Sasson

The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change they’re future by merely changing they’re attitude.

-Oprah Winfrey

A day without sunshine is like, you know night.

-Steve Martin

Attitude is the most important decision you’ll make today.

-Paul Dughi

Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine you altitude.

-Zig Ziglar

When I’m have a rough day, or I’m depressed I put inspiration quotes. I have inspiration cards in my house. So I’m always able to get inspired with positive words. It really works. It has helped me tremendously.

This One Thing Will Ruin Your Life

The Ultimate measure of a person is not where you stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where you stand at times of challenge.

Of the many vices that a person might fall for, there is one that is more sinister and more devastating that all of the others.

While It Might be innocuous, this particular vice is more dangerous than any drug, and addiction, or any temptation that you might have, and what’s worse?

It disguises itself as a friend.

What I’m referring to?


Yes you heard right.

Comfort is one of the most dangerous and seductive traps for which a person can fall and it’s the fastest way to sabotage you success, goals, and aspirations.

Comfort can rule your life.

But how can this be?

After all, it seems like out entire lives are nothing if one long pursuit of more comfort.

Isn’t that what life’s all about?

While the more epicurean among you might believe that comfort is a noble and worthy goal.

Comfort will ruin your life.

It might not ruin it today, or tomorrow, but given enough time… it will always result in the ruin of your dreams and the crumbling of your aspirations.

Ask Angels

Angels are being of Love and Light, who can guide you and assist you in all areas of life!

Many people are unaware the Angels exist. Have you ever been saved by the skin of your teeth, a bad accident in when you should have died. Or almost been a car wreck but missed the other car or going of the cliff only to have the car stop inches away before you went off.

This was an angel protecting you. Some people see them, so people don’t even know there around us.

If you are passionate about sharing s the empowering and the incredible love frequency possible through directly connecting with the angelic realm.

Connecting with angelic being of light can help you to reunite with your inner light and soul power of the being you authentically are.

One day when children were in jr.-high decided to take a nap before they come home. By the time they came home and came in to my room. I was not breathing I was clinically dead. Yet I could see everything going on around as my body was laying there.

My daughter called 911( the emergency hotline). This last thing I remembered was being in ICU three days later. The Doctor told me I had died three time and was brought back to life. I was astounded it was unbelievable I could die a total of three times and still be here.

I didn’t believe in Angels or anything of that nature. So why did it happen? To this day I still don’t know. My only exclamation is that there were angels watching of me. A filling with unconditional love and high vibrational energy of the Divine and Angelic Realms.

Finally, I realized maybe I was here for a reason. I had a purpose for being here. Since then I have tried to find that purpose.

In my life I have tried to take my life more times than I dare to say. I have overdosed on insulin take 2-4 times as much than I was currently taking, I have taken drugs, prescription pills , and alcohol together. I prayed to be dead in the morning. I was always awake the next morning.

I should have been dead many times over, but every time at I was alive. I was still depressed, and wanted to leave this world. I didn’t understand why I was still alive.

I have helped people overcome situations that they thought were impossible. I alway am kind to everyone.

We were put on this earth as equals, we all bleed the same color.we all came from dust and that’s where we will all leave.

I know there is a spiritual realm out there, and we all have a purpose here on earth. I do not think this is the last place we will end up. There is more out there. We just have to be more aware of our surroundings. And not walk-in the dead zone. With our faces looking down at the ground, or planted in our phone all day everyday.

The Power of Being Underestimated.

Adversity is a crazy thing. It comes in many forms, and at some point in your life- you will have to find ways to overcome it.

Think of the last time the odds were against you. Maybe you were considered a underdog in a event, or you were told that your goals in life are unrealistic.

Whatever the case may be, the only thing that important is how you overcome these problems.

Some people thrive on adversity and use it to fuel success, or there are those who can’t carry their own weight and let it bring them down. I was one who couldn’t carry my own weight I was so broken, I didn’t care about anyone or anything. I had nothing to prove. I only wanted to sleep and eat. Now facing adversity and being underestimated is one of best ways to reach success.

There’s comes a point when you don’t care like you have to prove yourself to anyone.

If someone underestimates you that is the best time to shine. Prove them wrong do it. If they say something like “you can’t even go anywhere alone. Doing things alone is sometimes a great experience. Go to another town or state. You get to go to places where you want to go. Tell people hello even if you don’t feel like it, test your waters, and see how it feels. I throughly love going places alone and letting myself go there is no pressure on you to act the way other people thinks you should. Eat where you want to eat, choose a hotel that you want to stay in, no one puts a timer on you stay as long as you want to pressure. To me that’s the best retreat to just relax and let go.

One of the best opportunities you can be given in life os to be underestimated.

When you think about this quote and tie it together with your own experiences, I think you will find it to be true.

Think about a time when you were underestimated, and try to remember how you took advantage of that opportunity.

Inspire yourself to be the best of what you can be, show it’s possible to be successful no matter what happens to you-good or bad.

Sometimes life is going to hit you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith.

When I was diagnosed with Stage 2 Bladder Cancer. I had a tumor the size of a grapefruit in my bladder. After my surgery the Doctor told me I had about a year to live. I was devastated. My Husband and Son quit smoking, my father quit smoking when he was 72 because of me. I had never smoked a day in my life. The cancer I had the doctors told me was caused by second hand smoke. My family was trying to protect me. I had my entire church praying for me. I had to have Chemo Spray put up inside me every week for about 8 months. During this timeI decided I was not going to let this evil disease take my life. I needed a miracle and fast. After telling myself and everyone I came in contact with I was being healed in Jesus Name. The Doctor would just tell me I was in remission, I told him no I was healed. After a few scopes there was no cancer I was healed. That was 9 years ago. No one can tell me that I’m crazy or there are no such thing as miracles. I lived it I know.

That’s my “don’t underestimate me” story.

Remember that you are going to die, in the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have to have something to lose.

Listen, being underestimated can be a great thing for you. Having doubts thrown at you and your ideals questioned are all good things.

But, there’s so much more to it. Thriving off of pure negativity is bad for you and what you set out to do.

If we face more negative reactions than positive, you may want to sit back and think about what you are doing. As powerful as negativity can be to help you, it only goes so far until it starts hurting you.

It’s important to never forget to have supportive relationships with others. The people you surround yourself with are the ones who will make of break you as a person.

When I had cancer, I’d look in the mirror everyday and ask myself “if today was my last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And when the answer was No for too many days in a row. I knew I needed to change something.

If you cannot get yourself motivated then how can you expect someone else to?