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Practically everyone who's been in a serious romantic relationship with all of the deliciously intense and passionate feelings that go with it, have at one time or another experienced jealousy.
People who reject and abandon themselves often feel jealous. People who love and value themselves do not feel jealous. They are not threatened by others, because they know their own intrinsic worth.
Have you ever found yourself feeling a bit inferior, a bit -- ooh, dare I say it -- jealous?
Mudita, or wishing people well, suggests that we don't cling to jealousy and judgment by seeing the other as ourselves, seeing the interconnectedness between all beings, seeing the much bigger picture.
The mean, green monster is an opportunity to grow. If it visits your door, face it head on and heed its message. It's the quickest way through it.
Every situation is an opportunity to learn if you're willing to see it as such. Dealing with jealousy -- whether directed at someone else or at you -- is no exception.
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Envy is truly a daisy chain. Everyone has someone they are more successful, and less successful, than.
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