|Reviews for September 11, 2001|
| Nima 9/14/01 . chapter 1
| The Writing God 9/14/01 . chapter 1
Yes, you are correct. Unfortunately, until it happens to you or your family or your country, you really don't know how much hatred and irrational behavior there is in the world. I often look at myself and ask why? Why did this or that bad thing happen. Often times, the answer is "for no reason other than someone else's hatred and evil." When you act to defend yourself you are condemned and made out to be the bad guy. Vicious lies are spread, even though the evidence is as plain as a jet flying into the side of the WTC. My point is to agree with you. Hatred exists and often times it is baseless and irrational to all but the person doing the hating. And even though the right answer might get you more hatred back, we have to keep looking at ourselves and understanding it really is OK...and that the hatred is really just a reflection of THEM, not us.