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Love is acceptance, yearning for closeness, togetherness, affection, etc.

Hate is rejection, yearning for separation, aversion, repulsion, etc.

They are opposites and cannot possibly coexist in perfection.  Or, put another way, they can only coexist in the imperfect interpretation of perfection.  Love could not possibly comprise its opposite

When we say, “God is love, but”, it is at that point the adulteration of purity begins. The Divine becomes humanized.  Thus begins the seepage of sewage into the well.  Light begins the accommodation of darkness. Truth accepts flagrant contradiction.

Love does not condemn.