We are all flawed
Ever wonder why we cultivate this habit of being envious of others?
We are all guilty of it. I catch myself being jealous of what someone else has. But is the grass really always greener on the other side?
By doing so we harm ourselves. We put ourselves and our achievements down. We degrade ourselves. Rather than doing so we should focus on ourselves and celebrate our own achievements. We should spread love and not green goo.
I much rather prefer to compliment someone on something. It spreads positivity, gives me a good feeling, a possibility to bond and makes someone else smile. That is worth so much more. It was that very fix idea that made me change my mindset as I was sick of all the negativity we harbour.
I much rather prefer to compliment someone on someting. It spreads positivity, gives me a good feeling, a possibility to bond and makes someone else smile. That is worth so much more.
Abused as bonding material envy is a powerful tool. In the western world where we have an abundance of resources and possibilities, it is used as a weapon to cultivate hate and anger by simultaneously bonding as a group. Actually a very sick combination. I see it in our very childish and petty meet-up fight. People are trying to discredit us and grow as a group, rallying against us and spreading rumours. I take it with annoyed humour as a compliment. It actually means we have an impact. We are considered a danger, as we do not let everyone partake, so in good old sociological terms we are unknown and the unknown like in medieval times leads to rumours and fear. Seeing that all I get from participants is compliments I consider we are a great threat to them. They mirror that in their behaviour, they focus on us. Not only do they weaken their standpoint they make themselves look silly. It seems they have nothing else to talk about, are in general negative people and do not know how to have fun.
I would rather distance myself from that kind of drama and negativity.