"You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies" The Social Network.
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"Envy is the art of counting the other fellow's blessings instead of your own" Harold Coffin.Its natural to compare yourself to another, but the trouble arises when you covet another's property or personality, and wish it were your own. Jealousy is like a sickness, it gnaws at your minds and negatively affects your actions. The envious bone clouds judgement and reverts one to their pre-adolescent selves. You see full-grown adults spreading mindless gossip, or engaging in manipulating tactics, painting the envied in a bad light. A dear friend of mine finds it difficult sharing another's joy or celebrating another's success unless she too is in a good place. Its a fatal flaw, but not one that cannot be overcome.
Belt : New Look | Pumps : H&M | Watch : Michael KorsEnvy bruises both parties; breeding a feeling of inadequacy, and prompts self-loathing on the one hand, while tainting the character of the friend who then falls short of expectations on the other. Those overcome with jealousy find it hard to advise reasonably. All words spewed tend to be biased, and may not always be in your best interest. My cousin testified to being fed-up with trivial spats, and harkened to the wise words of her sister and boyfriend who advised her to trim the weeds around her in order to grow fruitfully.
Onyxsta says...BLEURGH!! Jealous Ones will always envy, so differentiate who's your friend from your enemy. Xisses