Love Is The Strongest Medicine: Notes from a Cancer Doctor on Connection, Creativity, and Compassion

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You've Lost That Hatin' Feelin'

You've Lost That Hatin' Feelin'


I'm curious.

What kind of questions do you ask yourself?

What kind of questions should I ask myself?

Who did you send love to today?

Who did you send love to today (that ya sorta didn't wanna send love to)?

Should you ask yourself about empathy?

For those right in front of you.

For yourself.

Even after that thing happened (that 'shouldn't have' happened)?

People seem to have no problem sending hate to others.

Lots of it. Sending it all round and round.


Everyone's done it.

I hate this or them or that.

It's about noticing when you've got that hateful feeling.

It's in the noticing that you can pause.

You can pause the hatefulness.

And start playing with gratefulness.

It's like the new song I'm working on:

You've Lost That Hating Feeling

[Verse 1]
You never say those things anymore
When you want to hate
And there's more tenderness in your words
like "appreciate"
You're trying hard not to hate it (Baby)
But baby, baby, abate it
You've lost that hatin' feelin'
Whoa, that hatin' feelin'
You've lost that hatin' feelin'
Now it's gone, gone, gone, whoa-oh-oh-oh