Ego is yourself, to hate ego is to hate yourself.

Hating past actions is one thing but hating actual self is pure idiocracy.

“His answer to every problem, every setback was “I will work harder!” —which he had adopted as his personal motto.” 

― George Orwell, Animal Farm
Everything and everyone has a source.

One main ego fuels consciousness into all the rest and vice versa as other egos support the one as well.
“We live in an external world that is constantly undergoing alteration.

Like every splendid and delicate aspect of nature, we are all fated to crumble and fall akin to the magenta leaves of autumn foliage.

Until we die, we act as the architect of our diversified internal world.

Our dreams and desires can lull us or inspire us.” 

― Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls
Well we know what the fear of God is now.

Not being with the one you love.

For example, when I work and mingle with Coleman in various ways I feel fine but whenever I try to do it with any other woman?

I feel a sudden fear which causes anxiety and a sudden burst of just feeling wrong until I switch back to Coleman in which case the wrong is flushed suddenly by a feeling of goodness again.
“Do I look evil? I can’t do evil.

I can barely pull off dangerous.” 

― Dan Abnett, Doctor Who: The Silent Stars Go By
“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he was evil.” 

― Edmund Carver
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