Ugliness Portrayed Through Feelings

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To think of ugliness, is to think of hatred. Hate is ugly, and love is beautiful. Ugliness can be defined as disagreeable; unpleasant; objectionable, mean; hostile; and quarrelsome. Hatred or hate can be defined as to dislike intensely or passionately; feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility toward something. I believe hate to be the epitome of ugliness. To have hatred toward something or someone creates tension, adversity, misfortune, and ultimately viciousness. Hate is unfortunately a feeling felt by individuals today, however, if we could diminish hate, we could ultimately diminish ugliness in our world. Hate generates pain and unpleasantness, whereas love delivers beauty and amiability. Ugliness can come in all times of forms, however, I believe the strong root of ugliness is derived by hatred. Hate is such a strong word, and when hate is circulated amongst our world and amongst individuals it creates a atmosphere filled with ugliness and evil. 

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