• Aman Shyamsukha

The Cycle of Hatred



Wake up to reality, nothing goes as planned in this cursed world. The longer you live, the more you realize that the only thing that truly exists in this reality is merely pained, suffering, and futility. Everywhere you look in this world wherever there is light there will always be shadows to be found as well. As long as there is a concept of victors, the vanquish will also exist. The shellfishing intent of wanting to preserve peace initiates war and hatred is born in order to protect a loved one. There are nexuses that cause relationships that can not be separated, normally.


Humans grow to be powerful and eventually becomes too big. To protect their personal interest or seeing other humans grow, which could be a threat, they wage war against each other. Then there develops a battlefield where they wage their war. Every time one got ravaged and made to waste. The victorious claim to be the hero of peace. He destroyed his enemy, his loved one, or this nation. Now there is peace everywhere. But the envision of peace is different for the looser side. He then ravages war again and wants to destroy his enemy who killed all of his loved one. They both are the same, motivated by their desire for peace and justice. The justice that he is trying to deliver does not differ from what the victorious enemy tried to do to him. Everyone feels the same pain of losing someone dear. They both were just ordinary men who have been driven to seek vengeance in the name of justice. And if one calls the vengeance a justice, such justice will only create further vengeance and triggers a vicious cycle of hatred.


Maybe humans simply cannot understand each other and they never will. We all are ruled by hatred and hatred alone. When one takes his revenge, he will experience happiness but others will feel more pain. He must have lost something precious to him. Now he seeks vengeance. Killing someone so as to create peace is such a noble gesture. That would be justice, however, what about his family, his friends? They would suffer the same thing. So how could just one side preach about peace and justice? Everyone is vigilant on their own. And this vicious cycle of hatred continues.


When people get hurt, they learn to hate. When people hurt others, they were hated and wracked with guilt. But knowing that pain makes people be kind. Pain allows people to grow and how you grow is up to you. We can bring salvation to the world in a time of chaos. The end justifies means. You must survive. And if you have to kill someone to protect others, then it’s okay. Because that pain can be developed to make kindness.


We have to sever the fact of this world. Make it the world of only victors, the world of only peace, the world of only love. We have to strive to create such a world. Pain is the force that lets you know you’re still alive. Pain shows you the part of the world which you want to correct. And most of all, pain is what all faces and which all must overcome. This is all up to you to consider how you should take this pain in order to create peace.




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