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  • Posted By: SSychedelicSSheep
  • March 30, 2007
  • 09:21 PM

Ok well this is something I wrote in anothe place on March 17th. I think this "hate feeling" I had described is gone now, but it could come back. And I am also aware that It may seem like a bit of manic, but I don't really know.

Basically, for the past few days (it's not as bad the past couple days since I haven't been at school since it's the weekend) I have felt a sort of "high" almost. But not totally in a good way. A little bit like like I want to run around outside and jump and just move around, which i normally feel like I want to do but never do, But i've been doing it a bit whenever i am outside, just jumping and prancing around in the snow i love it. But that is pretty normal ,it's just the sort of "bad high" i'm feeling. A powerful high. I feel like I want to rule, I want to be ruler of people and tell them what to do, I want people to do anything I tell them, and to bow down to me, I want people to fear me. And I hate everything. I feel hatred torwards the stupidest things. Like if the teacher rings this bell she has, which really annoys me to high ***l by the way, I said (out loud, accidently. i dont think anyone heard though) "Ugh! I hate teachers!" or just anything, like water could drop on my head and i'll think "I ****ing hate water" I just hate things that I normally wouldn't hate. It's an unnatural hate that shouldn't be there. And things that i normally hate, like certain cars like mini-vans, SUVS, and any other new-age car, I just constantly groan and complain about, constantly thinking and saying to myself how much i hate them. I just feel like burning them up or just going at them with an axe sometime I get so angry and hatred torwards them. People too, for some reason, most of the time i hate women, something about them *****s me off, how weak they are and stuff. But like, right now i don't really care, like i dont feel i hate women right now, but when i get into that sort of moment I just hate them so much and wish all women were dead. I feel like i have an unlimited supply of hate inside me, attaching it to nearly everything I see, and when i hate those things I get angry at them.

But especially when I am in school (I hate this school, i just always do) I feel like I want to rise above them all, and command them and rule over them, and since i hate that school, i "hate" everyone in it, since my mind associates the school with anyone in it. And hate truely is blind, because I am unable to see or think that these people may be half-decent beings, but i dont believe that since my mind wont let me, it will only let me believe that they are all horrible people. I could say "these people aren't bad people" but i know i am bull****ting myself and my mind still won't except that as an answer. So it is sort of an angry powerful high. A hateful one, not a good joyful one. (not to relate everything to this movie, but once again It sort of feels like in Pink Floyd The Wall movie, when Pink would feel he is like Hitler or a Nazi sometimes, ruling over everyone,like he wants to do that sometimes)

Hate is a very powerful dangerous thing, I even happen to have a book on it that i am re-reading (Why We Hate). I am consumed by hate, controlled by it.

Another thing, That somewhat has to do with this, is that somehow I have gotten this idea into my head that everyone should be punished for their wrong-doings. Everyone should be punished for anything wrong they do. And this too is fueled and created by hate. The feeling about this also comes more strong like the hate thing does, like right now I don't even know why i mean by "punishing people for their wrong-doings". But when i get into that hateful angry mode I feel this. And i feel that I still apply to this rule too. And I feel i have done wrong things in the past (they weren't really "wrong" i guess, just childish, immature, and embarassing. From a year ago and before, i regret it all. Right now i dont really mind, but in that certain mode i shun it and feel it is horrible and that it is wrong) And i feel i also need to be punished for the "horrible" things ive done. It's like two different people, from right now sort of person, to that hate filled person. If you can even call it "person". Even things like if a mother is holding the baby too much ("my" opinion of too-much holding is different then others. I probably think that anytime the baby is being held, even for one second, that it is wrong and a punishable offense. That other hate-creature that is supposedly me doesn't make much sense. Hate is blind, like I said) or if someone is eating more then they are "supposed" to (again, with anything like this, the hate-me's opinion of too-much etc. is different then what it should be). I guess an example I could think right now (its sort of hard since i'm am not in hate-mode right now) is say maybe if "I" saw someone driving a mini-van, there punishment i'd want them to have is probably death. Or something like if someone was using an i-pod i would want to take it an bash it into dust then hurt the person using it, especially if it was a female.

I don't know, I wish that i could get to a computer when i am in that hate-mode and write down who i am and how i am feeling, then when i am back to myself sort of see it so i can explain this better. but it usually happens at school. This could also go along with the short temper i usually have and the getting angry at nothing, too.

But another thing that may be not so good is that when I am in that hateful high, I may feel like I like it. If i am completely being controlled by it and none of the normal me is there, then it starts thinking on its own, thinking of things (which i dont know now, i dont think, i dont even remember myself thinking then, or where i was), and feeling that i like it, and daydreaming that I was in control, doing what i want with people.

I may come back to this and try and clarify things or add things, My mind is in a bit of a fog now, perhaps because i am getting all nervous and scared because I have school again monday. The couple days before school I start to freak and get scared to death to go back, but that is another story. Ugh.

Also, if you want and if you ask, I could probably think of more examples for things I think make me, or someone else weak (the irrational thoughts like that, stupid things that don't really make you weak, but that i believe do, for some reason) and also other things/actions/people/etc. that I think should be punished (again, the irrational thinking of things that should be punishable)

And another thing, just because I don't want to keep making threads on this board, is that I get angry real quick at things, especailyl certain things and certain people, and I can be very violent. And I feel like i want to be violent torwards people too, sometimes certain people, but when I think that I know I can't do that because I would get in trouble and bad things would happen, so I refrain. But sometimes when I get angry, I will throw something which usually breaks it, even if it something deemed dangerous like a knife or screwdriver, it doesn't seem to matter that it might be bad if it is thrown, but things are usually throw when they piss me off (which is usually for stupid reasons) Although no one, including myself, has gotten hurt from me being violent. And I know that if I weren't currently living with my mother, that I would be a lot more violent then I am now, because I can't do anything now or I will get in trouble, or she will see me and think something is wrong with me, and etc etc bad things happen (and remember, i am very secretive, wouldn't want anyone to know I am violent or angry or that somethings wrong, right?) Ok, so yeah, don't want to keep babbling on, but if you want me to clairify something, or ask a question or whatever, just ask. I guess I just want to know if this is a bad thing, and also why the ***l I am like this. (another thing, real quick, is that I almost wish I were a male, so that I could abuse a girlfriend, or just anyone I guess, since "I" believe that females are weak and they can't fight so I wouldn't be able t abuse a boyfriend or anyone, since I am female, because I would look foolish ,and like a wanna-be or something.)

Thank You.


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  • Thank you for writing this! I'm of male gender, in South Africa (I Afrikaans, therefore I is). I wish I could quote you all the great people of history who shared your experience. Your soul (the acorn or genius inside) is crying out for "personal power", which is a great and good thing. At least you still have a soul! Be careful to find it exactly what it needs, or it will take revenge. There is much to be hated in the world - but there is a better form for that energy. Lao Tzu wrote, "The force that can be forced is not the true force." What you are having is Love, which is not weak. Hitler was weak, even though he did a lot of damage. Our previous brutal regime here in ZA was very weak. So appreciate what you have, become more confident at it.We are surrounded by more than just bad design. Take digital error correction: we can put in some aspects of a car, then tell the PC to work out something in between - so the design will not be good or bad. It will be dead. The audio CD, where it can't read something, just draws a line between the two points, so we don't even notice that we don't really hear the music - and it gets much worse with MP3 compression. Our new light bulbs don't make light, they only interfere with darkness. Same with TV, they pretend to tell us something - we think we got info, but we didn't. We buy food that was calculated to cost the supplier as little as possible. Just compare the taste to proper food on a farm. We have completely lost all authoritiveness and quality, but we don't yet realise to what extent. Also in politics, medicine - you name it.One way to give your soul what it needs is through "cultural quality". It hates mediocrity, outside and inside. You can easily have a bit of "splendour" from the right books, poetry, art, classical music etc, - provided you realise that people made it who felt just like you, and who wanted to transcend their situation. The few that succeeded are timeless and not difficult. Note that where Nature presumes to be grand and flashy, it's never embarrassing. Only humans are, but not all humans fail to share in, um, divine creation. Perhaps the idea comes out best in this poem, www.bartleby.com/41/301.html by Christopher Smart (1722-1770). Just notice the general effect. He was considered insane, kept in a madhouse, yet he wrote this.It may be that you are a sporty type, instead of a bookworm? Add the culture anyway. And as for being feminine - the whole business of how to be a woman (or man) might as well be re-invented. I know a girl who canes her boyfriend, because she has a temper and he has a taste for it. But they also both have a taste for the old music of A. Charpentier, T.L. de Victoria, C. Monteverdi etc. Widen your life and follow your own star! As Lord Krishna tells us: "It is better to do one's own duty (dharma: right path), even though it be devoid of excellence, than to perform another's duty well. It is better to perish in the performance of one's own duty. The duty of another is full of danger." Lord ***********t says the same in the Gospel of Thomas: "If you bring forth what is inside you, what you bring forth will save you. If you don't bring forth what is inside you, what you don't bring forth will destroy you."Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (the real ideal German) wrote: "Our physical as well as our social life, customs, habit, worldly-wiseness, philosophy, religion, yes, even many an accidental event - everything calls out to us: That we should renounce. So much of what inwardly most belongs to us we are not to figure forth to the outside, what we need from the outside as a compliment of what we are is withdrawn from us, whereas so much is imposed upon us that is alien as it is annoying. We are despoiled, and before we can grasp the meaning of all this we find ourselves required to give up our individuality, first piecemeal and then completely. Moreover, one is wont not to esteem the person who acts rebellious in this respect; on the contrary, the most bitter the cup is, the sweeter a face is to be made, so as not to offend the serene onlooker by any grimance."Mother Teresa was crazy enough (with mis-matched shoes) to put up one of her houses right in the Bronx. In her book 'Heart of Joy', p. 19 she writes: "Even in New York, although it is said that we have been in the most difficult district of the city these past five years, I can assure you with complete honesty that the Sisters have never had to hear a discourteous word. As they pass, there are no sarcastic comments. No one has ever put their hands on them or caused them the least harm. The greatest respect and dignity has always accompanied them, even though they enter ruined houses, inadequate for habitation. They enter places where others cannot easily enter." Also in her book '****s, the Word to be Spoken' p. 75: "A taxi driver refused to take me there. The Sisters did not know I was coming, so I had to take a taxi - but he refused to go there. I said, 'But we are living there; our young Sisters are living there.' He said no. I said, 'All right, I will sit near you and you will see that nothing will happen to either you or me.' So I got in the taxi and we went. His mouth was open when he saw the young Sisters jumping and laughing, and the people bowing, those who recognized me speaking to me, taking off their hats, and so on. He couldn't get over it, seeing that presence."Thomas Traherne (1636-1674) was an Anglican priest, yet he wrote these:http://oldpoetry.com/opoem/48007-Thomas-Traherne-The-Preparativewww.bartleby.com/236/46.htmlwww.bartleby.com/236/48.htmlwww.bartleby.com/236/47.htmlwww.bartleby.com/236/45.htmlwww.bartleby.com/236/42.htmlA political example: it's said that for his first inauguration, Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) travelled from Monticello to Washington completely alone, on his horse. No soldiers or cannons were allowed as part of the events. Do read some of his ideas, to see if he had that real power:http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Thomas_JeffersonAnd a few important quotations by Erich Fromm:http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Erich_FrommTry get the book "The Soul's Code" by James Hillman, ISBN 0446673714 or 0679445226 - not to be confused with other "secret code" stuff.Thank you again - it was a great honour writing to a genuine person.
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  • You are truly the only other person that has sounded remotely like me. Thank you. I feel a bit better knowing that other people go throught these ****ed up moods.
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