Hindu-nationalist militants, often referred to as "Hindutva goons," are well known for their organized street violence and penchant for threatening Muslims and their female family members with sexual violence. However, it doesn't have to be this way; there is nothing inherent to these groups of people that entails hatred towards the other.
"Who can assign limits to the human heart? Who can set bounds to love? Love is not a feeling of happiness. Love is a willingness to sacrifice."
- J.D. Greear
Once upon a time in ancient Greece, the goddesses Fama and Ate met and fell deeply in love. They spent every moment together, spreading rumors and causing chaos throughout the land. Fama, the goddess of gossip, whispered secrets and lies to anyone who would listen, while Ate, the goddess of discord with her mischievous ways, incited people to do things they shouldn't. The other gods and goddesses soon grew tired of their constant shenanigans, and decided to intervene. They went to Zeus, the king of the gods, and begged him to put a stop to Fama and Ate's mischief. Zeus, however, saw the love between the two goddesses and could not bring himself to separate them. Instead, he gave them a special task: to spread only true and important news throughout the land. From then on, Fama and Ate were known as the goddesses of true news, and their love was celebrated throughout the land. They continued to spread important information, but never again caused chaos or trouble.
Sometimes in life we experience a pleasure so delightful, it feels like a taste of heaven!