God hates you

What is the reason for your problems, your defeats, your personal difficulties? Is it fate, rock or bad luck? It’s much simpler than that. God hates you! But you can argue with that. “Sometimes you have to play by the rules that life imposes on you, not you.” God hates us all. Hank Moody. Do you still believe that God loves you and sends you trials on purpose? That you love them and all your troubles will soon be over? That’s not true. God hates you or he doesn’t care about you. But you can influence your destiny on your own. A lot of people know about the book “God Hates Us All” or even read it. Someone’s only heard of it on Californication. Its author is a character from the series Hank Moody, but who is hiding behind the cover of the bestseller? According to many experts, the author is a modern American writer Bret Easton Ellis. He is known for such works as “American Psychopath”, “Sex Rules”, “Informants.” All these novels have been filmed. Who wrote this? Bret Easton Ellis or a made-up character, Hank Moody? It’s all about the text. It contains the truth.

Have you been in a lot of these situations when you’ve been in trouble or in trouble? What is the cause of your problems, failures, difficulties in your personal life? Why were you haunted by failure, betrayed by your friends, had health problems? Why have you been abandoned or betrayed by your other half? Why were you heartbroken or not reciprocated? Why have you been terrible or are things going on? Why are you having trouble with your finances, apartment or loans? Why do you have so many problems? God hates you. Get over it. If God exists, why does he allow war, injustice or the death of children? Is this an ordeal? Come on! It’s much simpler than that. God either doesn’t exist, or he hates us all. Hank Moody was absolutely right to call the book “God Hates Us All.” If you’re not doing well, you’re one of the people he hates. God loves some people, but not all. The ones he loves are doing well: they’re rich, successful, happy. They have problems, too, but not like you. Your life is one long black stripe? God hates you… God doesn’t test you; he has no time for you, he doesn’t care about you. What if God hates you?

God hates you

1.Don’t hope for the miracle “Maybe in some sense we’re all alone, drifting in darkness and emptiness” God hates us all. Hank moody. You think god can help you in a difficult moment? No! There’s no guarantee you’ll be lucky. This isn’t how it’s gonna go. God hates you. Your problems are your problems. As long as you hope for God, nothing will happen. Everything is in your hands. You won’t be helped by a guardian angel or even a god. There is no hope. Lose it and believe in yourself. Stop hoping for others. Only you can solve all your problems. Only you. Only your strength and your mind can make a difference. God hates you, but you have you…

2.Be bad I remember a movie where a cartoon rabbit acted with the actors. “I’m not bad at all, they just drew me this way,” he said. A man is not born good or bad? Is that a choice he makes himself? No. Society educates us to be good. It imposes this label on us. But is it good for you? To give in to others, to compromise, to help. It makes you weak and not competitive. You have one life. Be bad if you have to be. Be selfish. Go ahead. Put aside pity, thirst for justice and sense of proportion. You’ll regret being good all those years and miss a sea of opportunities. Be bad! For good behavior, you will not be stroked on the head, but only pushed off the path of opportunity by more aggressive individuals. Were you painted good at birth? Or were you painted bad? Be yourself. Don’t let yourself be controlled. Repeat to yourself, “I’m not bad at all, I was just drawn that way.” Be bad if you have to be.

3.Love, as you know, “All those sweet love stories are just nonsense. True love – the one that is almost unthinkable in the real world – causes only pain and suffering” God hates us all. Hank Moody. Love hurts. You’re gonna drink that pain from a full bowl. Leave you, betray you, not reciprocate. But you will understand the pain and you will accept it. Love as you can. Don’t think 100 years ahead. Be happy at this moment, because “tomorrow” doesn’t exist. Meet, confess your love, have sex today. Don’t put off happiness for tomorrow. Tomorrow may not exist. Do everything today and don’t pay attention to others. Love as you can…

 

God hates you and he doesn’t care about you? Nobody knows that. Does he even exist? Perhaps God has a rather strange sense of humor? Don’t hope for a miracle. Be bad if you have to be. Love, as you can…