im 14 bout to hit 15, playing 9th grade football junior varsity starting wide reciever and strong safety... i admit i am conditioned just to beat up guys, demolish,and out perform them in almost every category,and the coaches and the staff builds us like that...before a game we have a thing we like to call the hate talk, where the coach just motivates us with a good talk about what the coach did to yo mama just came in you house and grabbed the fuc*in controller and flipped the channel works all the time ...but cant wait till i hit 11th grade so i can go out for varcity
Yes but if you knew if you lost a game your dog would be hurt (god forbid) wouldn't you be more motivated than over the tv? out of love?
Edited by Cody lee Williams, 14 August 2005 - 03:04 AM.
Hate or love....hmmmm. We are consumed by hate and make love. Love is a positive, good feeling. Hate is destructive and a bad feeling. Which one is the stronger is not important, but which one is better is love.
Many couples claim to be deeply in love, marry, divorce and wind up hating each other. Love often turns into hate but when have you seen hate turn into love? Hitler killed millions out of a hatred and suspicion of the Jewish people and Mother Theresa was known for her love and charity. Which of these had the greater impact on history? Which is it? Is love stronger than hate or is it the reverse?
if love were stronger than hate or if hate were stronger than love then the world would only be filled with one. one would have overcomed the other. although people say that the world is filled with hate its also filled with love,
"People ask for criticism, but they only want praise."
- W. Somerset Maugham (1874 - 1965)
Posted 01 September 2005 - 07:27 PM
the two can't exist without the other. my proof of that (look around). there is too much difference. either emotion can create a normal person to a hero. as far as impact: evil often triumphs but never conquers.
Apocalypse: I am the rocks of the eternal shore; Crash against me and be broken!
::Gambit crashes his jet into Apocalypse::
Jean: Jubilee, we come into this world alone -- and we leave the same way... The time we spend in between... time spent alive, sharing, learning... together... is all that makes life worth living. Uncanny X-Men #303