Where Do Haters Come From? If a person has a nice body or a nice car, etc. Why d

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    swilliamsposted 4 years ago

    Where Do Haters Come From? If a person has a nice body or a nice car, etc. Why do People Hate?

    It takes discipline to work out and eat the right food in order to maintain a good body. It takes discipline to gain the finer things in life. Why do a lot of people get angry or jealous over something that others have worked so hard for?
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  2. word55 profile image69
    word55posted 4 years ago

    Maybe I'm naive but I don't notice people like that toward me. If I do then I immediately remove myself from around them. I know they exist but I try to flock around people I'm cool with. I've earned what I have, I work out, I enjoy myself and I love the Lord so, that's what's important. I hope I haven't offended anyone.

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    swilliamsposted 4 years ago

    Hi word55! In cases involving jealousy, it is good verses evil. A lack of understanding concerning how hard a person has worked to accomplish their goal seems heartless and rude.

  4. bethperry profile image91
    bethperryposted 4 years ago

    swilliams, very good question. I imagine it is probably due to the fact those kind of haters just don't have the drive, ambition or dedication to make their own success or happiness and are simply envious of those that do. Very sad.

    Now, if is hate based on prejudice or intolerance, there are surely other factors involved, such as insecurity with one's own appearance and beliefs. And in truth, this kind of jealousy can be not just more dangerous, but is certainly more pathetic.

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      swilliamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I agree Beth! I I feel that this form of hate is also  geared towards authors/writers, who are harassed over their articles by guest users or even community users. A person reaches out for insight  only to be mocked could be a  form animosity.

    2. bethperry profile image91
      bethperryposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Oh gosh, that is so very true! And animosity is so very useless. It creates nothing positive at all!

  5. msdielise profile image60
    msdieliseposted 4 years ago

    Because they don't have it. They want to pacify themselves for not having the things that people they hate have. Some people who hate others are just well, hate them for no reason. Some people are just going with the flow.

    That's human nature I guess.

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      swilliamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Hi msdielise! I will agree that to a degree jealousy is a part of human nature. However with time self acceptance should play a key part in our lives. We all have things that make us unique. These gifts should be celebrated.

  6. Sri T profile image76
    Sri Tposted 4 years ago

    Because that's all they have. They want to disturb others.  And even that's nothing. The wise ones are neither worried about them nor offended by them. They don't care what they think and they don't pay much attention to them or think about them. It is their problem. Life is a celebration. It is about happiness and enjoyment. The haters are possessed by negative thoughtforms. It is their choice and their self destruction. It makes no difference at all whatever they think. The party goes on without them.

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      swilliamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Very well said Sri T." The party goes on without them" I really that statement! Thanks for your insightful feedback!

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    jansharesposted 4 years ago

    Unfortunately, hatin' or envy is a part of our human nature and social conditioning. We all want to survive, to be the best, to be the fittest. Seeing someone doing well (or what we perceive as donig well) triggers our insecurities and yearnings. I think most haters find it difficult to share in someone else's joy because of their own shortcomings. They see something  they envy and covet. The funny thing is, as you've implied, is that they have no idea the work that went into what they perceive as success or what sacrifices were made to attain it. I wrote a poem hub on "Envy" which basically says, "don't assume and be careful what you wish for."

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      swilliamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      As always, very well said Jan. I think that being a doctor is a meaningful career, however all of the hours of studying, I can imagine being mad at someone because of their Perseverance. As always good insight Jan!

  8. esteniomodira profile image67
    esteniomodiraposted 4 years ago

    I believe the main cause is envy. People don't want to do the work needed to receive the rewards they desire.

    They'll see someone who has what they want and automatically envy them because that person doing better than them sheds light on the lack of their ambition. It throws salt on the open wound of their insecurity.

    But that's just my opinion though smile

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      swilliamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Very well stated estenimodira! Like throwing salt into an open wound, very good concept!

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      esteniomodiraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks smile

 
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