Hate, Libertarianism, and the ONE

As for hate, I don’t “hate” anyone.

First of all, Hate is a cancer causing emotion. It will literally kill
the person who over time indulges it.

Second, I can’t hate myself. I am you. You are me. Yes, even people
I disagree with. We are all extensions of each other. Individuality
is an illusion. If one suffers we all suffer.

There’s a child in Darfur starving right now. A part of me is starving
too. An American soldier was just killed in Baghdad. A part of me has
been killed as well. Behind Bayshore Mall is a homeless man living in
a cardboard box. A part of me lives with him.

Now, read the above paragraph again, and substitute “you” for me.

Not one bad (Or good) thing happens to anyone in this world
independently of you and me. Every action I take, and every action you
take affects everyone else. We’re all ONE.

So, why do I dislike Libertarianism? Because it’s founded on a lie.
It’s founded on the idea that any individual can do anything he/she
wants and it’ll only affect his/her self. This idea is a lie.

Individuality is an illusion.

We are the all. The all is us.

“We Are All One. When we allow ourselves to become aware of this
statement in its purest form, we open the doors to reveal the oneness
of being. Using the process of conscious evolution we begin to
recognize our true underlying identity, for once we have glimpsed the
existence of this realm, we then begin to reveal what it is . . . .
our true natural state.” — J. M. Harrison