A thin line

love

How can we hate people that we once loved the most? Anyone from old flames to friends and family. Could what happened really be enough to warrant that energy? Or is there a more logical and solvable reason? Thinking about this brought me to the following theory;

Love creates a pocket in our hearts for the person it’s directed to. And as we feel more love the space expands. Any emotion that we experience will take up it’s share in the room that love created. And as one emotion becomes more overpowering it will take up more and more room. So that’s why when we love someone infinitely and unconditionally, the same will be for when our emotions change. They will be felt with the same passion.

They say that there is a thin line between love and hate… The space that once loved so deeply, can hate with the same fervor. How do we manage this now that we are aware of it? Maybe a neutral emotion can take place of the whole space and once the space becomes homogeneous it may shrink and we can start again from scratch. This is a maybe.

I do not pretend to have all the answers. But i always work to get to what is the most logical explanation. Take the gems you need and keep building upon your path. May peace and love forever fill our hearts.

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