H for Hatred!!

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  1. So nice to follow and connect with an a to z challenger, and I look forward to more posts. http://aimingforapublishingdeal.blogspot.co.uk/

  2. Jealousy and competition is something that gives birth to hatred! Nicely thought out!

  3. Liz A. says:

    So true. If you focus on destroying someone else, you only destroy yourself.

    Liz A. from Laws of Gravity

  4. Ananya Tales says:

    Hatred- Same word we chose for today !
    Lovely post with a strong message!

    http://www.ananyatales.com

  5. Strong post. Thanks for writing 🙂
    Shalzzz|Loving Life
    Check out my latest at Tale of Two Tomatoes

  6. Carol Graham says:

    Competition requires and when someone is overly competitive it usually means they are also very insecure. Good post – as always!

  7. Debra says:

    I am not a big fan of competition. <3 the Blackwell quote

  8. Usha Menon says:

    How competition among friends/colleagues breeds contempt and hatred, is very beautifully expressed by you here.

  9. very nicely put Swathi. If you let go of your hatred, you are able to focus better on youself. very very true indeed

  10. Kathy Combs says:

    Hatred can slowly eat a person alive. It is necessary to let it go or you can never hope to ever enjoy life again because it is all consuming. Great post! ♥

  11. Sushree Dash says:

    I loved the quote at the end . Insightful post Swathi 🙂

  12. Shailaja V says:

    I absolutely loved this, Swathi! What an epiphany indeed. If he had chosen to compete without hatred, it wouldn't have consumed him the way it did. LOVED it.

    ~Shailaja

  13. Aditi says:

    Great story! Hatred does no good to you… lotvif people never really understand the meaning of success – it cannot be achieved by demeaning others…

  14. Nice one Athos!!! Hatred is like hot coal, the one holding it will suffer!

    ~S(t)ri
    Participant|AtoZ Challenge 2014
    Smile, it makes (y)our day!

  15. Shilpa Garg says:

    A powerful and a thought provoking message! Well done, Swathi!

  16. Prasanna Rao says:

    That is true. And happy that finally Varun learnt to let go off his hatred.

  17. Nabanita says:

    That is so true…Hatred only hurts us more..But then we are human after all and more often than not fall prey to this!

    Random Thoughts Naba

  18. Erica Gore says:

    Love the final quote. Nice post. Thank you, Swathi.

  19. absolutely true! hatred harms us more than anyone else….atleast he learnt his lesson in time….

  20. Suzy says:

    So true, hatred can do so much damage to ourselves. It's liberating to let go.

  21. Very well said. Yes, being occupied with hatred will surely ruin one…

  22. Nick says:

    I hate hatred!

  23. Hatred is a hindrance, definitely. Nice story and quote.

    Best regards,
    Elizabeth

  24. I like the way you took a difficult word and did justice to it in your narrative. The story reminded me a little of Student of The Year and the challenge in it. Good Job!

  25. another good post 😉

  26. Ankur Anand says:

    absolutely true! it does no good to you .. but solipsistic mind * sigh *.. nice post 🙂

  27. Sunila Vig says:

    Such a powerful message delivered in a simple manner Swati 🙂

  28. sulekkha says:

    Well said…when we try to look over our shoulder to see who is catching up, we lose the race. Working on improving ourselves is the key, lovely post.

  29. A simple story, but deep in meaning. Love this take 🙂

  30. nibhz says:

    A strong post with an important message! Hatred often make us blind!

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