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Hatred, in the course of time, kills the unhappy wretch who delights in nursing it in his bosom. – Giacomo Casanova

What does that mean?
This is an interesting quote, and it is about the end result of a lifetime of hatred. As you might guess, it doesn’t end well for the hater. The interesting twist is that the writer of this quote is none other than the legendary lover, Casanova.

The quote warns us not to hold hatred close to our hearts. It says in doing so, we will surely kill ourselves with it. There is also the caveat that it may take a little time, and that you will become an unhappy wretch in the process, but death is inevitable.

While it might not be the literal truth, hatred (when held strongly and closely) will cause you some health issues. If you allow it to become an obsecession…

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