“Hatred and love are revealed through proof. No one can speak hatred. Rather, it is criticism that speech reveals. Such criticism, through speech, is meant to be spoken at the level of high intellect. Should one be hurt by words, and words alone, the only thing those words are doing is reminding a person what they already know of themselves.
Words are a reminder. To speak to someone the words, ‘I love you’ is a mere reminder, as if the loved one forgot the proof for it. Therefore, one cannot hate another, nor love another, through speech. One must act, through love or hatred, for it to be proven as such. Again, with words, one is merely reminding someone of a fact, already proven long ago.”– Anonymous