What is stronger? Love or hate? You got it right... it's indifference! I'm not talking about Agape love, unconditional Love, but love commonly perceived and experienced, which depends on desire, circumstances... you get it. Both love and hate have the potential to grow or diminish, to be “I like it”, “I really like it”, “I have a slight sympathy” or “I can't deal with that person” (weight aside), “I have I'm angry", "I don't even feel like saying good morning to him", various intensities, or levels, are already seeing the scene.

They can also transform into one another - I like you, then you don't like me, so I don't like you either - twisting around us, confusing each other, leaving us involved, attentive, hopeful, infinitely happy or thirsty for revenge. Are you realizing that, as Christians, the thirst for revenge is read as “the cry for the justice of God”, or according to James and John: “do you want us to command fire to come down from heaven and consume them…?” (Luke 9:54)

Love and hate flourish in the recognition of the other person, or people, just like someone who carries a burden or a cozy hug everywhere, as the case may be. They are very real and have a great weight in the development of character, they have absorbing properties, they can shape or be shaped by circumstances, even by time. Loving and being loved gives us structure, body, strength, presence… just as hating and being hated – on all levels of feeling – gives us body, existence.

Indifference also has properties, but the main property is to create neutral elements, I would even say null elements.
Nobody wants to be invisible, no matter how much they say otherwise. Indifference creates invisibility. I am not, I do not speak, I have no opinion, I do not heat or cool, I do not influence, I am a zero, a no, a nothing. I don't like it, I don't dislike it, I don't feel it, I don't see it. Am I dead or am I invisible? Isn't it the same thing?
And then, the evil of indifference, which is contagious. If you don't see that person in distress, neither can I, because if they're invisible to you, it's better to pretend I don't see them, otherwise they'll still say I'm seeing things.
Get out of my way. I have my life. You are nothing to me. I don't need you or your problems. I put on the mask and gloves and not fight the virus, but become an accomplice, and I become blind, deaf and mute, which are the symptoms of the virus we are talking about. Its consequences? Beyond invisibility, you tell me. Have you ever been treated like this, as if you were invisible?

Jesus came to cure us of the virus of indifference. He did not come to vaccinate, but to cure. He is the cure. He saw the invisible, heard the ignored, touched the untouchable, healed the rejected, loved the unwanted.(Mark 10:46)

He came to let me know that I am not invisible, that there is a plan for me, that Someone hears me and hugs me when I need it most. (John 10:10) He came and opened my eyes to the Love that never fails, and I opened my heart to the Father who will never leave me.

PSALM 20: 7-8

"Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; But we will remember the name of the Lord our God. They have bowed down and fallen; But we have risen and stand upright." New King James Version (NKJV)