Hatred can be defined as deep feeling of resentment or anger toward another person, group, or thing. Hatred has been around for thousands of years. It has been the cause of violent acts of anger, frustration, and rage. Hatred is a feeling that everyone has at one time or another, maybe not as strong to lead to violence, but will lead to unhappiness and resentment.
The birth of hatred starts with a person being jealous, envious of what another person has. This leads to resentment toward the other person. This resentment mays lead to acts of violence, rage, and anger. Hatred is the feeling of hate. When a person hates another it is a strong feeling; the hater then wants the worst for the person. Whether it be they lose everything they have or they are harmed in any way.
Hatred continues to grow stronger as the person's feelings grows. Hatred feeds on what the person feels or what the person hears about the other person. This leads to more feeling of hate, jealously and resentment. Hated feeds of the anger a person has for another person and as the anger grows so does the hatred.
Hatred can only be killed if the hater forgives the person or persons that are hated. For hate to be destroyed the person must relinquish the feelings of hate and become at peace with themselves. For all hatred really is that the person is insecure of who they are and what they have. When a person is not content with one's self then they are bound to envy others and grow to hate others for what they have.