REFUSING TO HATE

WITH REPORTS OF VIOLENT ACTS against innocent people both in the United States and abroad—from war zones to shopping malls—a need for a new way to deal with people who are angry or hate-filled seems needed.

I've been thinking a lot about that recently, and it's reminded me of something one of my Sunday School teachers said about how to deal with hatred: We were not to be afraid of it, fascinated by it, or to be hateful in any way to anyone. We definitely were not to return hatred for hatred under any circumstances.

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