The World Hate Crisis
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The World Hate Crisis

The World Hate Crisis  

The World Hate Crisis from author Ann Marie Ruby is my latest and greatest read. This is the second book from Ann Marie Ruby that I have had the privilege of reading and reviewing. 

The World Hate Crisis is very different in comparison to the last book I read of hers, Spiritual Songs II. 

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About The World Hate Crisis 

Teardrops of a mother but fall as we watch her children fighting amongst each other and hiding out of fear for being different. Race, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, disabilities, gender, and gender identity have but become apocalyptic for the victims of hate crimes. 

The perpetrators of these crimes walk with heads up as they but grow in number. Today, they are brewing up an apocalypse, for they are but the might of the dark night. Let dawn awaken you and all to the humanity we the humans have but lost within this journey throughout time.The World Hate Crisis: Through The Eyes Of A Dream Psychic

Thoughts on The World Hate Crisis 

The World Hate Crisis is the kind of book that really made me stop and think about the world we all live in. 

What causes hate? Hate is defined as ‘an intense or passionate dislike for someone.’ For me it takes a lot of energy to actually hate someone. To be that intense or passionate about it. That also requires some sort of action on their part to cause that. Usually a crime or their words, or even something horrible they’ve done to me. I can’t quite imagine hating someone just for their skin color, religion, or even political views. 

Hate is a learned behavior. Where do humans learn to hate? Everywhere. School, home, church, friends, the news. The list goes on. How do we combat this issue? It all starts with ourselves. Each of us has complete control of ourselves and our choices. Start there. Set a good example, be a good person, show love instead of hate. 

The World Hate Crisis is an excellent reminder of these things, and I really enjoyed reading it. As I said earlier, it made me think about things. About the world, and even my own behavior. The result is it reminded me to pay attention to how I treat others around me. Even something as simple as talking to a cashier in a grocery store. 

People Are Still People 

When I stop and think about people, we are all really the same. The skin color or language spoken may be different, absolutely. But the basis on how we live our lives is very much the same. The goal is to make a living, raise a family, be productive members of society, live peacefully and be happy. The ways we each do this can differ, but the end goal is still much the same. 

Where did humans forget that we are all just that, humans? That is what this book made me ask. My goal is to learn about those who are different. We can all learn something by simply asking questions or talking to someone who is different. That doesn’t mean we need to adapt their way of life or choices. It simply means that we are allowing ourselves to understand differences and not be ruled by fear of the unknown. 

Another thing I find difficult to understand is the concept of hate crimes. The fact one person or a group can hate another passionately enough to commit a crime is kind of astounding to me. I know it happens often, but that kind of hate seems foreign to me. 

Final Thoughts on The World Hate Crisis 

Would I recommend this book? Absolutely. I always appreciate books that get me thinking about things and that inspire even small changes within myself. It was enlightening to read details of some of her experiences with hate and hate crimes, from a different perspective. 

How many times do we really take the time to see an event through the eyes of another person? This book affords that opportunity at several points. 

Discussion 

Have you read The World Hate Crisis or any other novels from author Ann Marie Ruby? Let me know your thoughts in the comments! 

About the Author 

Ann Marie Ruby is an international number-one bestselling author of eighteen books. Alongside being a full time author, she is also a blogger. 

Ann Marie is an American who was born into a diplomatic family traveling the globe and grew up in Brisbane, Australia as her father was a student at The University of Queensland. She lived in the Washington DC area, but later settled in Seattle, Washington where she currently resides. 

In her spare time, when not writing books, she loves to meditate, pray, listen to music, cook, and write blogs.

Her books have also placed on top 100 bestselling charts in various countries including the Netherlands, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany.

She revealed why many of her books revolve around the Netherlands, sharing that as a dream psychic, she had seen the historical past of the country in her dreams and was later able to place a name to the country. 

This is described in detail in Spiritual Lighthouse: The Dream Diaries Of Ann Marie Ruby and The Netherlands: Land Of My Dreams where she also wrote about her plans to eventually move to the Netherlands. Her Kasteel Vrederic book series is also based in the Netherlands.

Ann Marie is acclaimed globally as one of the top voices in the spiritual space, however, she is recognized for her writing abilities published across many genres namely spirituality, lifestyle, inspirational quotations, poetry, fiction, romance, history, travel, social awareness, and more. Her writing style is hailed by critics and readers alike as making readers feel as though they have made a friend.

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19 Comments

  • Scott J DeNicola

    Unfortunately, hate is a learned behavior as you said and there are too many people out there with hate in their hearts. Look at social media and how quickly people pile on to a discussion. I’m hoping by the time my children and their children are grown much of this will be behind us. This sounds like a very interesting book.

  • Kippi

    I hate hate and I hope to be open to all person’s not just those who are like me. very deep questions that need to be asked.
    Thank you for sharing, Kippi #kippiathome

  • Vincent Monaco

    Unfortunately, people have hated each other since time began. It would be great if we can teach everyone to love instead. This book seems to bring focus to the hate int he world. That is the first step to trying to change it.

  • Melody

    Interesting book. Might pick up a copy. Hate is definitely something that pervades our society. It’s hard sometimes to see where it might come from next, but when it raises it’s head, it’s ugly and destructive.

  • The Sunny Side Lifestyle Co.

    As we say to our children, hate is a very strong word. Your article prompted me to think of how we can stop the spread of hate and instead offer acceptance of others? Your suggestion of starting with ourselves is a good starting point. Being respectful of differing opinions and promoting a culture of acceptance are additional ways we can make a change.

  • Bianca

    Isn’t this book timely considering everything that is happening around the world. So much of what is going on is based on people learning to hate based on some untruths about people or things that they have little understanding about. I wish more people could read books like this.

  • Subhashish Roy

    It was wonderful reading because I can so much relate to the thoughts expressed. Why hate? What do we gain? The change starts with each of us looking inwards & focusing on unity in diversity

  • Thuy

    I would love to be in a more tolerant and loving society, I know it will not change overnight but every act of kindness is a drop that creates ripples in the universe. I really want to read this

  • Debra Roberts

    We all must give a little and do our part to break the cycle of hate. We must be mindful of our words, our posts, our thoughts…introspective and empathetic. No one asked to be born in this world and we all deserve to live in peace and equity.

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