ANSWERS: 45
  • I believe they are equal. The sense of indifference is the "opposite" of either.
  • I would have to say that love is the stronger of the two.Reason being that hate eats the person up inside until there is nothing left but a shell.Where as love grows and is productive i.e,babies!
  • Love. It lasts longer too.
  • Both are in the same category. The individual how much involves in it will indicate the emotional level.
  • Love!!
  • Well, probably love will outlast hate.
  • Define stronger?
  • Love. Because love will always beat hate in the long run. Hate feels strong but it actually weakens the hater. In human relationships love can make the seemingly impossible possible.
  • Love is stronger. While hate is of course very strong as well.
  • love. cuz you gotta love someone soo much to be able to hate to an extreme.
  • i think h8 because wen some people love the get jelus and jelusy is a form of h8
  • neither nor...If either was stronger, the other should technically not exist. We live in a universe of opposing forces. Love-hate, mind-matter, black-white, day-night, etc...Then again, I am saying that assuming love and hate have already been given a sturdy definition. Anyways, good luck answering that question.
  • I would say emotion because it plays a part in love and hate
  • Same Sh*t, different day
  • I would make my bet on love, but they are so close... I know lot of couples which started with hating each other and then became lovers or got married.
  • Depends on the person expressing it. Now had you used the word "better" My choice would be love every time.
  • It's about the same, they both block your logic and make you do irrational and reckless things, if of course the ratio between them is the same.
  • For me it's love. My love for my wife is much stronger than my antipathy for my next-door neighbor or the ahole who intentionally scratched my car. I imagine hate is a stronger emotion for some bigots, terrorists, criminals, psychos, etc. Tragically in some cases, it's also stronger for some crime victims. E.g., I love my niece, but if someone murdered my wife, my hatred of her killer would be stronger than my love for my niece.
  • Love is a stronger motivator than hate because it is more reflective and are often done at great personal sacrifice. Hateful acts are often not done because it would not be self serving. By contrast, loving acts are done whether they are self serving or not.
  • hate is stronger.....because hate tears u apart makes u weak currpts the mind of the loved or loved ones.... in which love just heals soothes the soul but hatetred will always return and tear u up once more till u dont belive anyone is there 2 save u untill u start 2 belive ur worthless.... and then love can not help you not as fast but it can still still help.. but hatred is more powerful than love that is my opinion... Im 15 years old
  • hatred is stronger than love... cuz hatred currupts all .....when u get a bad hateful , first impresion of sumone, no matter how much good they do you will still see the negative or bad/hatefulness in them.....but if u meet sumone with a good loving first impression and see them or hear that they did something bad in your eyes..... that love has bin shattered and what once love truned into hatred.. so hatered in my opinion is stronger than love
  • Initially I'd say hate but I don't believe its' true because it can't stay there; it's not original. Love.
  • For me it is love!! All the way!!! +5
  • Love is ultimately stronger. Hate can only motivate one to do selfish things, and hate demands attention and effort to maintain itself. Love motivates one to do things for others, and expressing love provides the energy for love to maintain itself.
  • Love is stronger. Hate is artificial and not a primary emotion. Like anger, it has its roots in unnatural fear. In the end, love can always trump hate because it is primary and genuine. But it is really not about which is stronger. It is about which we choose. If we choose love, it will always overcome hate. If we choose hate, we will go on hating.
  • sadly i beleive its hate, hate motivates more agressive action and is easier to achieve
  • hate. there are things i still hate more than things i loved.
  • I have never felt hatred. I don't use the word and what the word describes is something very ugly, corrosive and destructive. I think if one hates one is stuck in babyhood/childhood and hasn't grown up. Some are stuck in that sorry place all their lives. Banish the word from your vocabulary and maybe you can banish that negative emotion as well. I think real love, true love, faithful love is the strongest emotion of which humankind is capable. Happy Monday! :)
  • Actually. . .I've heard they're BOTH considered the SAME. . .in that if you HATE someone. . .you must STILL love them. . .or you would, otherwise, feel NOTHING at all! "Indifference" is knowing there's NO PASSION THERE AT ALL ANY MORE ! Sometimes. . .that can be a contented place to be!
  • Love is a positive shared emotion ... Hate is a negative self inflicted wound.
  • Love ofcourse. Love is unconditional and natural inborn emotion. Hatred will have a reason lurking in the mind to explode.
  • Boy, ya got that one right!!! Evil is as real as any physical realm, some say even more real! Wirth tho? I mean this guy makes the anti Christ character sound to be a lovably cuddly friend! HEY!!! Maybe the anti Christ already came & went with Wirth! Either way, thanks for the answer & comment, happy Saturday to ya...till next time!
  • I believe love is the up most strongest emotion of all, and not just hatred.
  • Depends on the individual. I know people who can give a lot of love or show a lot of hate.
  • Apply Newtons law to this question.
  • Depends really. but i think i would travel to the other side of the world to be with a loved one but i wouldnt travel half the world to kill someone i hate.
  • those two are Very close together...
  • Hate. A wonderful motivational force. +3
  • Love... I assume, I have never experienced hate (when not mentally ill, anyway).
  • Definitely love. It is a cliche but it is true that "love conquers all". Sincere love and kindness has the ability to deflate hate.
  • not sure which is stronger but hate is so much easier to do than love. Love actually requires you to put in some effort, while all hate really needs is a bit of apathy.
  • i think hate is natural instinct but we learn to love.
  • Hate is awfully strong, it does seem to overpower all other things, so i will go with hate, Love is amazing and it is something that everyone should experience. But hate seems to overpower all other emotions. Just don't let something like this take you over, because take you over completely it will.

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