One hurdle people face in finding harmonious existence is that of sharing our senses of cleanliness (both physical and mental) and faithfulness (which is mainly mental, not physical, but has a very real, material element to it). Thus, the clean cannot stand the unclean, whereas the dirty does not mind any of it. Dirty does not hate clean; it simply ruins or “destroys” it whenever it comes around. “Cannot stay clean when anything dirty is around,” pretty much says it. So the clean must “hate” the dirty, or try not to hate it but instead to tolerate it.
Same deal with faith, really. The faithful must tolerate the unfaithful, whereas the doubters cannot see that they destroy faith just by “coming around and sharing” all those doubts. But that’s what they do. They heap doubt upon doubt, like coals of fire on our heads, thinking that somehow it will help. But the watershed side makes it slide off. Or, like with me, you get your fire back in “spades” or multiplied, and it will “stick” like Napalm, by duPont?
Oh no, I seem to be dissociating again. Must be my antisocial “demon” again!