Take the teacher's level that is the most simmering, there are a lot of them, like a professor. All of this has made me get to know more things. Many things help us to understand the world or even the "People" themselves. It's one of the surprises of a job interview. The question I asked about what kind of people I don't like. One of the most common responses was someone who was jealous of others. The type of gossip to hurt another person after all, this heartburn is one of the behaviors that buddhism reminds us to be aware and avoid.
Because it is a very terrifying passion by envy, it means desire, need, or desire. Jealousy means not wanting others to be better than yourself. Or unable to bear to see others phone number list better than himself to translate it collectively, it's not wishing for others to be good. Desire for others to suffer this heartburn it's a disease that we see all the time in society. It doesn't happen to women only like in thai dramas or novels because the disease is common to all genders and ages, as if it were in the nature of human beings.
If asked why it happened it's probably because of comparing yourself to others. See others better than themselves what's more than yourself then came the idea that he didn't want him. I don't want to have more than him extending the tinder to become a burning passion in the heart meant to be able to burn the other side. A lot of people like this that are encountered are speaking with words that are like spitting out poison in one's own mind, ironically, hoping that words will hit another person or let it destroy another person through the person who hears it, etc. As already said jealous people are one of the "Devils" we often encounter.