Vaulting Prevalence of Jealousy, Envy and Resentment in the Modern Context
Author(s):
Dr. R. Gnanasekaran, Dr. A. Raja
Keywords:
Jealousy, Envy, Resentment, Inferiority complex, Emotions.
Abstract
Man is an interesting creature and of course, he is not a definable entity too. There are several obstacles to adequately comprehending him. He possesses a wide range of features and ideas. That mysterious man has seven major and inevitable sins such as pride, covetousness, wrath, envy, gluttony, sloth, and lechery. This article investigates why competition, jealousy, envy, wrath, greed, and annoyance arise in man, how to prevent them, and what are the various solutions to lead a happy life optimistically. Now, assume you desire something. You are unable to obtain it because you lack something. Jealousy is the sensation of rage and irritation that emerges in you when you see another person enjoying the same thing in front of your eyes. After some time, if you are not surfeited of one thing or too much by another, you are likely to have that feeling again. When you practice the mindset of living with enough, all problems will end. It’s a difficulty if you think you don’t have enough or if you truly don’t have enough. So, from now on, you’ll be in the stage when you typically regard yourself as inferior. If you are in a high position, that wicked notion will not cross your mind. When years pass and you return to your previous location, a slew of difficulties will arise.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 156101

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 888 - 895
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