Hello, Isn't the message "Don't hate" self contradictory? I mean, you tell someone "Don't hate" on others, but then isn't that you hating on their belief by essentially telling them to "Shut their hatred" and thus silence their belief out of your hatred for what they say? For example, if someone says "I hate twilight because ..." and then someone says "Don't hate" isn't that them silencing their right to hate a film. I mean, they're not saying they hate people who like the film, they're just saying they hate it. I was watching this video "Same Love (from a Christian) - Mackalore cover (Seth Rinehart). The video just got me thinking about it; taking it beyond sexuality and religion. But it got me thinking, beyond the twilight example, does that mean we shouldn't hate on extreme views like Hitlers? If you hate on him you're going against the "Don't hate" rule but then to not hate on that would be offensive to the many people who died in WW2. So it just seems what I called "Self contradictory". Just wanting answers - it's all a bit confusing.