You needn’t hate evil to love good.
The failure to understand this point is the crack in the foundation of most of the world’s great religions. Hatred is a powerful form of worship. It consumes those who possess it in their hearts and left unchecked it leads to obsession. I’ve often observed supposedly good people spending more time and effort wrestling with and denouncing the devil(s) they hate than they do appreciating and magnifying the spirit of the god(s) they love.
Although most would be loathe to admit it, hatred binds you to that which you hate. Think about anything you’ve hated lately. The more you hate it, the more you think about it. The more you think about it, the bigger it becomes in your consciousness.
When you love and hate, you effectively serve two masters. Your worship is divided, your attention is split and your efforts are consequently scattered. This is the primary reason why so many experience life as a roller coaster rather than an escalator.
If you wish to lead a more productive life, you would be wise to choose one or the other – love or hate – and hold to it.