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Daemon
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Misery generates hate.

Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855)
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Hate generates misery.
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one way or the other way either way is correctWhistle
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Misery generates misery (an endless cycle) and only then - hate. And hate at some point generates violence...
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Misery can generate understanding, sympathy and love.
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Misery is one result of hate.
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‘Misery generates hate’ is a quotation from the novel ‘Shirley’ (1849) by Charlotte Brontë. Shirley is a romantic and dramatic novel that fictionalises elements of the West Yorkshire Luddite uprising of 1811/1812 when skilled workers in the textile industries sabotaged and destroyed the new machinery that was being introduced into the workplace and directly threatening their livelihoods and jobs.

Here the context :


Misery generates hate. These sufferers hated the machines which they believed took their bread from them; they hated the buildings which contained those machines; they hated the manufacturers who owned those buildings. In the parish of Briarfield, with which we have at present to do, Hollow's Mill was the place held most abominable; Gérard Moore, in his double character of semi- foreigner and thorough going progressist, the man most abominated. And it perhaps rather agreed with Moore's temperament than otherwise to be generally hated, especially when he believed the thing for which he was hated a right and an expedient thing; and it was with a sense of warlike excitement he, on this night, sat in his counting-house waiting the arrival of his frame-laden wagons. Malone's coming and company were, it may be, most unwelcome to him. He would have preferred sitting alone, for he liked a silent, sombre, unsafe solitude. His watchman's musket would have been company enough for him; the full-flowing beck in the den would have delivered continuously the discourse most genial to his ear.

http://www.online-literature.com/brontec/shirley/2/
Rahul Goyal
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Maybe
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Brazil's history of social violence...
kaori
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I think that's true. I'm just in that status. Need to find a way to get out of the cycle, sorrow-anger-misery-hatred-sorrow-anger-misery.........
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Daemon wrote:
Misery generates hate.

Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855)


It is not particularly deserving merit to endure in silence one’s misery. It is just the right thing to do,
to not dump it on anyone else by way of hate or complaining. Moods, however, have a way to show the misery.
Hiding them, that would be deserving.
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