Discussion about the earlier question, "Do we become what we despise?" has led me to a profound possibility. In all the examples people have discussed, it seems like people only become what they despise when the thing they despise is "bad". That is, if you hate snobs then you become a snob; if you hate unfairness, then you become unfair.
However, people who hate "good" things don't become them. If you hate kindness you aren't likely to be kind. If you hate books you aren't likely to become an author.
Here's the profound part! Maybe we can define "bad" as the property such that when a person despises something "bad" they become like what they despise. "Good" is therefore the opposite: the property such that when a person despises something "good" they become the opposite of what they despise.
Please provide any ready counter-examples.