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Hate distracts, and sometimes throws us off-schedule. Yet again, someone accused me of hate, when the truth is that I only hate hate. And so, something about a special blessing dating back to our most ancient ancestors and available at your fingertips today will have to be next week.
It is a proven fact that hate is wasteful. Even ignoring the actions of nations and looking at small communities, how much is lost because of refused service, substandard service, ignored employment applications and the like where someone uses hate as an excuse to ignore opportunity? And, of course, never forget the fact that the “geek” you tormented in school might become your commanding officer or the person reading your resume.
Education at the national and community level is not the entire answer. We must be able to reach the consciousness of each individual.
PS: I might have gotten the date wrong on the audio, don’t let that get in the way of the message!