People overestimate their own value and they expect more from other people when they feel ashamed then it start to envy others.
Some people are losers and start envy others if they feel ashamed of their position with respect to others.
Some people are just born to envy others.
Because they are unhappy with their lives and want someone else's. Because life is boring and routine and other people have it better. Because as you get older you want more not less. Wow, I could go on and on. Really I could,
by Kate McBride 17 months ago
Why do some people begrudge others even when they are doing their best?Sometimes I notice that there is a tendency to criticize people who are good at what they are doing. It seems to me that one has to be doing nothing to criticize and doing something to be criticized. Is this true?
by H C Palting 7 months ago
Why are the wealthy often hated AND envied?
by qwark 8 years ago
Why, for goodness sakes, if Adam and Eve were created in the likeness of their "makers,"who, also must have been naked, did they scramble for the bushes to find fig leaves to cover their genitals? What would be the reason for the shame they felt?This is all alledged of course.
by tantrum 8 months ago
Why religious people grieve so much about death and are 'scared to death' of dying if, when they die, the'll be with God forever? What's wrong with dying anyway? Your born condemned to death...Is it not?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 weeks ago
There are people who HATE to see others succeed & improve their lives. These people have a crab in the barrel mentality. They feel that if they made bad choices & didn't succeed, others SHOULDN'T either. They seem to rationalize their poor lifestyle choices. ...
by Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago
Do you envy successful people?I don’t envy successful people and I don’t consider my successful.
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