I do respect every point of view that is directed to my course of life. I have learned to appreciate that in life, everyone is right and it only matters when the answer is right for a good question asked.
In this case, life gives us two options for us to choose between the two distinct factors, a right, which not easy make a valid decision, and the wrong decision that determines where we land as whole.
Now, in what I have learned in this life that needs constant evaluation to determine where I stand. I have come to realize that those people you hate the most are always the one you need the most.
For example, while I was in High School, I was always being surrounded by good buddies who were always willing to be there for me, helped me out whenever I needed something but they could not help me lots in academic fields.
For this reason, I had to seek for assistance from the quiet type of guys who were my biggest rivals in class work and in fieldwork.
In time, I came to realize that those guys never really hated me, but they envied my potential to mingle between social and academic life and excel in both. To them, because they were not accepted for their personalities, they chose to pursue something they were comfortable with.
Later, I helped them, showed them the way to navigate where they never had a chance. Lastly, we all benefitted from each other’s friendship.
Since that moment, I became aware that friends should be there to lead the way, but those people you consider to be your rivals or enemies are there to teach you how to make ways into unleashing your full potential.
The most important choice in life is to pursue for information hidden in your hater’s mind. Moreover, never even think of using someone else in retrieving that information. Be there in person, learn and know how to handle that hatred into friendship. Then make things right for better tomorrow.