When I was young people told me love and hate were on the same line

When I was young people told me love and hate were on the same line. What life has taught me is that you can hate someone and hold them in higher regard when they do something right because it makes you feel pleasantly surprised and that you may have misjudged them. And when you love, like, or let someone in and they do you wrong you can easily come to hate them. You hate them because you cared and that is the difference right there. When you care and you are betrayed your illusions of the world may be shattered. When you care or love someone and they hurt you: they not only hurt you but they make you hurt yourself. You will hurt yourself by wondering how you could be taken in or why you are allowing this to happen. You will undoubtedly question yourself or try to change things to make it better. And when all that fails you may come to strongly dislike this person or even hate them. The saddest part in all of this is that a part of you will always love and care for that person from your memories and sometimes that can make you hate them even more..

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