“If you love a girl, love her a hundred percent. If you hate a girl, hate her a hundred percent.” – Ranjan Baral.
On the one hand, if you love someone, giving your full attention and devotion to them can create a strong and healthy relationship. Being fully committed to someone shows that you are willing to work through any challenges and put in the effort to make the relationship successful.
On the other hand, hating someone to such an extreme degree can be harmful, not just to the other person but also to yourself. Holding onto hatred can cause stress, anger, and negative emotions, which can lead to physical and mental health problems. It’s important to find ways to manage negative emotions and work through conflicts in a healthier way. But, if you don’t love her then it is not necessarily you would hate her.
The quotation tries to imply – What ever you are doing do it with full attention and putting all your effort. You may love her or hate. It is a bad idea to have both the feelings.
Ultimately, it’s up to the individual to decide how they want to approach their relationships with others. It’s essential to be mindful of the impact our actions have on ourselves and those around us and strive to create positive and healthy relationships.