Sūtra II.8 Hate follows on (anujanma) pain
When one familiar with a pain now has a memory of it, that aversion towards the pain or what causes it, the desire to strike, the anger, is (called) hate.
Hate follows on pain, is the consequence of pain. Pain has been described already, as that by which living beings are struck down and which they struggle to end (comm. on I.31). When one familiar with a pain as in the previous explanation in regard to pleasure has now a memory of the pain, that aversion towards the pain or what causes it such as a robber, the desire to strike the will to hit back, the anger, is hate. It is all as explained under desire in the previous sūtra.