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Can love turn to Hate?

Friday, April 21, 2006


Nadi asked in her blog that can love turn to hate, well I think they both are mirror of each other like Positive-Negative, Matter-Antimatter, Good-Bad etc.... so in my opinion yes love can turn into hate it's all depends upon what kind of situation you are in.




pretty neat- like good art, you can see it in many ways. aside from the previously mentioned idea that love/hate are same sides of one coin, if you think about it, its saying everyone gets hate except yourself, kind of like how the world currently works and why we're all f*cked by war, racism, etc. (in general).on the other hand it could be a type of meditation, if you take it as reminding yourself to transform your hate to love. i guess it wouldn't work if it was the other way around, you certainly wouldn't want to look at yourself and see hate. either way, definitely interesting for a tshirt- makes you think    

By Anonymous Sameer on 4/21/2006 04:02:00 PM

1. The ambigrams were in Angels and Demons
2. Dan Brown didn't make them
3. Ambigrams are symmetrical and read the same when rotated (or rather, half of it reads the other half when rotated). This is mirrored, not rotated    

By Anonymous Aziz on 4/21/2006 04:03:00 PM

well i did not know much about ambigrams, but now i think that they r probably one of the toughest things to make, as i tried creating one last night.....the mirror thing is also good......love & hate being faces of the same coin.    


who cares about the topic ..

she is hands down a hottie :D

anyhoo loved the thought :) I say be flexible about stuff and think rationally rather than emotionally. :)    


Who me say wat? lolll    


hi!my name is ecem.ı've read a dan brown's book which name is angels and demonds.it's actually interesting.ı think who loves ambigrams,read this book..by the way , ı'm a TURKISH girl.    


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