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The Destructive Power of Hate, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

Hate is an extremely strong and powerful emotion, and if it is not dealt with accordingly it can kill.

Hate has the power to pollute your spirit, poison your soul and seep into all of the relationships that surround you. Hate turned outward is both dangerous and ugly. It can motivate violent crimes and damaging behaviors.

Hatred can stem from many different roots with an end result of bitterness, which will eventually destroy your soul.

Since the overall effects of hatred are so physically harmful and emotionally devastating, some people live their entire lives developing illnesses when the underlying root of it all is hate!!

Join host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST via Blog Talk Radio onConversations of A Sistahas we delve into the topic,  “The Destructive Power Of Hate“.

See you on the air but in the meantime, sound off here!!

28 thoughts on “The Destructive Power of Hate, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah””

  1. Mm deep.
    We create ties between ourselves and other souls through hating as much as through loving because whatever our minds dwell upon, that we draw to us. Looking forward to the show.


  2. As a spider spins his web from one point to another, so do men constantly spin thought webs connecting themselves for good or ill with persons or things.


  3. Love the MLK quote up-top. But I’d rather comment further after the show. although I think we all can agree that hate and haters are real.


  4. Hate can seriously be a driving force. I don’t doubt that.
    I dated this woman, broke her heart not intentionally. And the first time i ran into her in the city, she acted as if she didn’t even see me. On some level it hurt but at the same time i hurt her. and now her hurt had turned into hate 😥 careful how you treat others bottom line.


  5. I think the world has grown cold or society has grown cold. An older lady said to me on the Metro one morning, that she cannot believe how much meanness she saw in the eyes of people nowadays! She had just watched my 4-year-old have to stand for about 5 of our 7 stops (the distance from our house to our work/nursery destination), because none of the people sitting would stand to offer him the seat! All young people, all with their noses buried in smart phones, too busy to notice anything anymore!


  6. My prayer is always to ask the Lord for peace to give me more patience in love and where hate might abound let me sow in love.


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