That's a line from Star Spangled Girl. Anyway....
I have always had a thing about not hating people. I hate lots of stuff; math, car trouble, bigotry, halibut, dentistry (as opposed to dentists). But I don't believe in hating people.
There have been people in my life I haven't cared for, obviously. And there are a very few people I feel have mistreated me or someone I loved. And while I had moments of intense anger at these people and I still feel their behavior was horrible, I don't hate them. You can't change the past. But you don't have to live there, either. (Until I get senile. Then I'm going to live in 1963. That was a good year.)
The few times I let myself get sucked into hating people, all it did was make me hate myself for wasting time on an emotion that was useless and draining. Did my hatred change the person's behavior? No. Did my hatred make the pain go away? No. Did the hatred make me ask myself rhetorical questions and answer them? Sadly, yes. Lose, lose, lose.
I believe in love. Admittedly, I was embarrassed to write that über hokey sentence. (And did my iPad just put an umlaut over the u?? Awesome!). But I think there needs to be three different words for love. One is the love you (and by you, I mean me) feel for ice cream and fireworks and theatre and long weekends. Another is the love you feel for the people/animals in your life that make you happy. And then there should be a Third Love. And this is what we should all have for Everyone, just because it's the right thing to do, and things would go a whole lot smoother if Everyone did that. Chunky is okay for peanut butter, but smooth is preferable for life.
I don't have a Humorous Tagline for this one, sorry. And I know this is a far from original idea. But I'm more than naive enough to think if it's said often enough, it just may happen.