The sum of two contrasting thoughts or feelings is a perfect moment

The sum of any contrast is a perfect moment. The image is grabbed from the web.

The sum of any contrast is a perfect moment. The image is grabbed from the web.

Feeling hate, anger and whatnot is not a problem. The problem is when feelings are denied – especially when they are so deeply suppressed, that you do not even notice them.

Suppressing hate, you cannot feel love, because love and hate are two sides of the same coin. The world can only be experienced due to contrasts, so if one side of the coin is excluded, the other one cannot be experienced.

If on the other hand hate is fully included every time, you experience this feeling, you will notice, it will turn into love just like that – and if this feeling also is fully included, you will have the sum of two contrasts, which always is a perfect moment.


NOTES:

  • To fully include a feeling means that you do not try to justify or adjust it so it seems more political correct.
  • The change from one side of the coin to the other may occur, when you fully devote yourself to the side you seem to experience. But it may also occur, when you just do not know, what you are experiencing – especially if you do not know what it is, that seems to be experiencing it.
  • This article is part of hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment.