If the man of enlightenment has no love, no hate, that means he will be indifferent, neutral – no, that is not the meaning. He has a new kind, a new quality of love which is not opposed to hate. There is no word for it. So, either I have to say he has no hate, no love the way you have, or I have to say that his love is a totally new kind of love: a love which is closer to compassion than to passion, which is closer to relatedness than to a relationship. A love which is more a giving without asking anything in return than your so-called love which is a bargain – where each party is trying to get more and give less.