on hatred … and forgiveness …

December 6, 2011

in Hospice & Palliative Medicine,Spirituality

“All you have to do is read the newspaper to see how active hatred is in our world today. That’s a "no brainer." That’s why the issue is so important. And it is also possible that the increase in narcissism and feelings of self-entitlement, so common in our country today, has led to an increase in the experience of anger, frustration, resentment and even hatred. After all, if you are the "most important person in the whole world" and you subscribe to the Burger King philosophy of "Have it your way," any failure of others or the environment to satisfy you is cause for rage. Unfortunately, there are also many long-term consequences, and unending cycles of revenge are one of them. And for individuals, hatred sort of "pickles" a person, filling them with resentment, bitterness, and even depression. And of course it keeps people from doing anything positive with their life.”

Paul Vitz recent interview

video of Dr. Vitz discussing this topic

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