Claw, your comments say a lot more about you than they do about me.
I'm sorry that your emotional state is such that lashing out and attacking everyone around you is what you need to do to try to make yourself feel better.
I don't know how you got to be where you are, that you're unhappy in your life and having a lot of anger. It's not a fun place to be. I used to be angry, many years ago. It's easy to be hostile and aggressive when you're hurting, to try to make it hurt less and hide it from other people. Anger and hate are more comfortable than feeling hurt.
Maybe you didn't feel loved by your parents. Maybe friends failed. Maybe you've been betrayed, abandoned, neglected, abused, maybe life in one way or another didn't work out the way you'd hoped. I don't know.
I'm sorry if that happened to you.
You are loved, though.
You are loved more than you can imagine. God loves you. God loves each person that He made.
He showed it by dying for us on the cross, giving His life for us to pay for every evil action, word, and thought we're guilty of. And I have a lot of them. Knowing I'm loved and forgiven in Jesus is the best thing in the entire world.
Everything else in life changes. People you love die or move or leave. But God's love is constant.
He loves us even at our most unlovable. I'm every bit as awful of a person as you Claw. I'm just better at hiding the dirt.
Every last human being is precious in the sight of God.
No matter what comes in life, God's love is always there.
God can pick us up from the ground after we're broken, after we've fallen and failed, and fill with Himself everything that is lost.
God is good. Praise God for His love and mercy!
Such a beautiful hymn, written by Horatio Spafford, after his four daughters died in a shipwreck in 1873:When Peace Like A River (hymn with words and music) - Horatio G. Spafford - YouTube
Here is the story behind the hymn:http://staugustine.com/living/religion/2014-10-16/story-behind-song-it-well-my-soul