Perhaps nothing is as all-consuming as hatred in our lives. While we may find it hard to forgive, while we may want to wish great harm on another person, hatred eats at us and destroys us. Hate quotes show us that hate and love arent diametrically opposed on a scale, but rather, exist right next to one another. The scale can easily and quickly be tipped turning love to hate. But it can also tip from hate to love. Hate quotes show us the folly of expending our energy on such a negative, hurtful force and shows us the way to turn hate into love again, if not of others, then perhaps of ourselves.
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Theodore Roosevelt became the youngest President in the nation's history, following the assassination of William McKinley. Not quite 43 at the time, he brought progressive reforms to the country and strengthened foreign policy. He considered himself a "steward of the people" and took the stance that a President should do whatever was necessary for the public good, as long as it didn't break an actual law. A hero of the Spanish-American War, Roosevelt greatly expanded the United States role as a world power, often quoting his favorite proverb, "Speak softly and carry a big stick" His ac…
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