Q. Where would you like to be?
A. In a more loving place.
Q. Why did I not expect you to say that?
A. Because I don’t usually say things like that.
Q. Why did you say that this morning?
A. Because it strikes me that I have been hateful.
Q. Hateful toward whom?
A. Isn’t it obvious? Read my blog.
Q. What makes you think I know how to read?
A. Never mind.
Q. Are you hateful toward an ex-lover?
Q. Are you hateful toward a family member?
Q. Are you hateful toward an authority figure? A pastor? A counselor? A police officer?
Q. Who then? Who?
A. When it comes down to it, to be honest with you, I’m hateful toward people who do the very same things that I do myself, that I happen to hate, when I do them.
Q. Are you suggesting that you hate yourself?
A. Apparently so. At times, anyway, this appears to be the case — if you say so. ;)
Q. Then how can you come to love yourself?
A. That depends on the answer to a certain question. I would like to ask this question of you, and of all my readers. Please feel free to answer, as best you can.
Q. What is the question?
The Questioner is silent.
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