Some people seem to hate the world and the people in it and they take it out on society. It is terrible for those who have terrible upbringings and a tough life, but since when is it okay to blame others? Well, it isn’t, but like I have to, try and see, hate as love.
My Mother has a lot of hate inside her and I can only surmise where it comes from and it is probably her upbringing, as her Father was known as a horrible man. However, other people have horrible pasts and they love unconditionally and forgive others. So, my Mother acts like she hates so much and the reality is she doesn’t know how to love people close. Hate comes so naturally and love is something she shows, but very conditionally. Some people, like my Mother, just don’t know how to express love and probably because they have never learnt how. It is never too late to learn or too late to stop a slow and painful life.
My Mother has cancer and she can’t be cured now, however, I believe it is the hate that is killing her, not the cancer. And unfortunately, people, who are like my Mother, surround themselves with other people, with similar beliefs. These people find themselves lonely, but still believe they are right in hating people for whatever reason they decide is good enough. And by hating people I mean their own children.
People, like my Mother, go on hurting others because they think hate is how they show they are the winners. I hope people like my Mother see that living through love is the only way to live life. My Mother has a heart and can be very kind, but she doesn’t let her heart rule. She thinks being hateful towards people shows them you hate them, however, it actually shows them you love them. Showing love shows someone you love them and if you can use energy, to hate someone, you also love them or you wouldn’t hate with such passion.
I tell my nearly ten-year-old daughter, that Grandma loves you and me very much, but she just can’t show it right now. I hope my Mother wakes up one day soon and shows love to those who love her in a loving way. I told my daughter, as I tucked her in tonight, that I had a wonderful Mother’s Day and I might not always love her choices, but I will love her and show her my love unconditionally. Happy Mother’s Day.