and the Jackass who will always be that
Recently Shovelheat Link wrote an article about a friend of his who had some good fortune. I thought that was a wonderful thing.
It got me thinking about how some people can be when other people are lucky. I won’t say who, just in case of whatever, but someone I know experience some of the kind of weird behavior from people around them on a daily basis. And it makes me wonder all the time, why is that? Why are people so disgusting? Why can’t they just leave some people alone? It’s like no matter what; it’s butting heads, even when this person doesn’t do anything to warrant it. Thank heavens there are other people out there who knows the value this person is and rewards that.
If something good, even great happens to a friend of yours or someone you know, would you be happy for that person or would you be jealous? Depending on what the luck is I can understand a little envy, that’s a typical human trait. However when it comes to someone being blind with jealousy and hatred that I don’t understand.
Why do people do that? It’s like no matter what they just can’t be happy for anyone that good things happen to.
Some people are just mean-spirited and don’t want to see good happen to someone because they think that person doesn’t deserve it.
I think it all boils down to jealousy, nothing else. That person might be someone who is more popular than they are; or younger; or better looking; or stronger; or brighter; or just generally all around good person and they just dislike them and whom this person feels shouldn’t get ahead in life.
Sometimes if it’s in their power to do it they will even stop the good things from happening, it might be a promotion, and they might work at the same place, or they might even be the boss. It might be a better and new job and they might know other people who they will say something negative about that person and thus stop them from getting it.
It doesn't even matter what it might be as long as that person is getting a head in life, they will do anything to mess it up.
I’ve only one thing to say about people like that, other than the fact that I dislike those kinds of people with a passion, there is such a thing as Karma. It doesn’t even matter if
the person doing the ‘evil’ deed doesn’t believe it or not, as long as you do.
Karma will bite them in the ass one day. And when it does, it will take a big chomp out of them and then I hope they remember the bad that they do and realize that what’s happening to them is payback.