What a hell is hate!
I hate the haters;
I truly hate to hate;
But what irony,
That I hate haters
When I hate hate;
And hate to hate,
And hate to be hated.
If you hate to hate,
You hate;
If you love to hate,
You hate;
What a hell!
I hate to feel bitter;
The feelings of rancour,
I detest.
I simply hate to hate;
And to see hate feeding fat
On the content of human heart.
What a hell is hate doing
In your heart!
Hi haters! Speak!


If we hated hate

The pain of hate is acute;
When its ugly head
It carries around the place;
Much evil it inflicts on man!
Suffering untold at times;
And sorrow in human heart;
The venom of animosity
Flows from human heart;
Feelings so bitter,
Quinine is sweeter;
Harm is all it knows to cause;
See destruction its done
Already to the world;
Year in, year out;
Enmity and hostility,
A a real bad thing
For our planet;
Humans aren’t meant for rancour;
Ill feelings, antagonism
Not for us;
As harm is all it knows;
Protests and violence,
Its harvest;
Humans of so much deprived;
Especially of the peace
They so much value and need.
Keep hate away;
The haters, keep outside;
Their hate speech stifle;
Hostility, don’t let it grip your heart;
For it becomes hard to leave;
And gives it a bitter taste,
That deprives life of joy;
No pain of hate we want;
Keep it out of site;
Keep the pain of hate away
Let hate have no home here
Aversion, resentment, detestation, let’s abhor.
The only thing worth hating
Is hate.
If we all hated hate,
Imagine the world!
What it would be!

Why so much hate?

What is happening
In the world?
What is happening
In my country?
What is happening
In America?
What is really happening?
Yes, what is happening?
People are angry?
People are rioting?
People are protesting;
People are fighting;
People are killing one another;
What is happening?
What is actually happening?
Why are we fighting
And killing ourselves?
Shall we wipe humanity
Off the face of the earth?
Who can really tell me?
Can’t we live in peace?
Why don’t we love one another?
Where’s all the hatred from?
Why so much hate?

The tragic reality of today’s world

This is a call to all who believe in God and the word of God to humanity.

Why is the world the way it is when we have churches popping up every day?

Are you aware of the acute shortage of love in the world?

What about the devastating surplus of hate?

This is the tragic reality of our world and our most critical challenge as the indigenes of planet earth and believers in God.

The daunting task in our hands has always been, and will for a long time to come, remain to reverse the trend and let love overflow while hate is reduced to the barest minimum, if not completely eradicated.

The critical question is whether humanity can live up to this arduous task.

That is the mission which the Church has engaged herself to accomplish since she was instituted by her Divine Founder.

Her fortunes have been mixed.

The truth is, as long as hate outweighs or supersedes love in the world, we will continue to bear witness to the overwhelming and devastating flow of evil that has already submerged the human race.

But we have neither reason nor excuse to despair. We must keep the candle of hope burning, based on the assurance of heaven, that victory will be on our side. Reason will eventually outdo senselessness in the race and ultimately, good will triumph over evil.

Let us live in hope that our world will eventually sail through the stormy seas of hate to the safe shores of love.

Let our candle of hope burn on, that peace will eventually reign in our midst while chaos, wars, senseless fighting and killing and destruction will go into a downward spiral in a bottomless pit.

If we let hope go, we become hopeless.

Despite the dark reality of our world, let us keep hope alive.

We need to lean on God. He is our only hope. We cannot eradicate hate and the evil that comes from it through our human effort. Only God can rescue us. He alone can grant us the grace of love. He alone can transform the burning human thirst for evil into a thirst for good.

We must take back our land

We must take back our land;
It was designed to be
A love land,
And not a hate land;
But what do we find?
Hate all over the land;
Who has turned it
Into a hate land;
We ourselves;
What an abuse
Of the Creator’s goodwill!
We have a big challenge
On our laps;
To take our land back
To where it was
When the Creator created it;
Remember it was
A Garden of Eden;
Full of the milk and honey
Of love;
We Chased the bees out
Through our stupidity
And greed, and lost our honey;
Then came a barren bee
Of hate, to install itself.
Today, we pay the price
With tears of sorrow;
As we fight and kill ourselves.
What a pity!
But we can’t let it be so;
Let us take back our land
From Hate and give to Love.
This is a must else
We are wiped out of the universe.

All will never (Be inspired today 92 by Ngobesing Suh Romanus)

Jangolo, he’s fondly called;
A man to some so dear;
But while they can die for him,
Some don’t want to catch
Site of him;
To them he’s nothing short
Of a devil;
The opposite of those
That say he’s an angel;
Why is the world
So like this?
Hard to make sense of it.
Can’t please everybody can we?
Some you will please,
Some you will hurt;
Some will like you;
Some will hate you;
Some will wish you dead;
Some will pray you live long;
If we know this
What next?
Live the best you can;
And know all will
Never love you;
All will never be for you.

Inspiring love (Be inspired today 66 by Ngobesing Suh Romanus)

There are people who are leaving no stone unturned to push for a love world. We need many more such people. I got really Inspired reading about Love instead of hate community and the amazing campaign they are carrying out to promote love and push back hate.

It is worth reading about what they are doing because it is something to emulate and encourage.

Love instead of hate.