A monk came to say good bye to Ch'an master Niaowo (Bird's Nest). He said:
-Thank you, Sir, for everything you've done for me. Now I got to go.
-Where will you go?
-Any place where I can learn Buddha dharmas.
Quote: "I'm an equal opportunities misanthrope. But I hate you the most." .........
Wrong. Your imagined attention does. To say the least I know what comprises the attention more then you. Most are reluctant and also aggressive being told they imagine an attention. But this is response of the ego. A programmed trait of the doctrine of attention.
If you truly looked at the attention and let your body be aware of reality you would not hate me but be thankful. Not toward me. But directed at god you call reality for this message he gave me.
Afraid to be the Atman which is the universal persona the attention/ego attaches to its idea of the self. That's why it's ego. The imagined idea of what ones self is.
So no you do not hate me. Only your attention does you created.