Jealousy is a dirty word, which, unfortunately, has been used more often by everyone. Dirty because its feelings hurt throughout our being, making us lose our mind. Given the fact that we do not know how to deal with it, we send it back right where it came from, to whom it belongs.
Kind of feelings lead us to revenge, to hurt back in the worst feasible way. The kind of feeling that guides us towards dirty actions for which we will also feel sorry and regret.
“You pull out the best of me” it’s a classic line said more often in the moment of happiness. There is no reason to doubt here, but once Jealousy starts beating in the heart’s rhythm, the whole world turns upside down, transforming us into predatory beasts. Due to remaining faithful and static, we start hitting ourselves as much as possible with everything we have. The dynamism of Life crushes us, and the unknown scares us.
Let’s be brave to dig deeper and discover where it came from and what Jealousy is. Doubts about our abilities or skills seem like the leading cause of Jealousy’s feelings, as these complex feelings refer to thoughts of insecurity, fear, and anxiety over a relative lack of possession or security.
It’s all about what’s mine and what belongs to me. How dare you take it away from me? You need to have the right even to watch it. Right? Children become furious if another child takes their toys. Women become beasts if their man has been having fun with another one. Your best friend hates you because you got the promotion that she/he wanted.
We have been cultivating ourselves to fit into this well-organized society. Still, if we lose even one of our possessions, the insecurity turns us into a wild beast that destroys everything it can.
Wait a minute, is that what we want, to be mad, sad, or unwanted? Damn, it’s not fun to be unworthy or unsafe. While it feels so good and sexy, the feelings of being appreciated, recognized and loved.
Wait a minute, is that what we want, to be mad, sad, or unwanted? Damn, it’s not fun to feel unworthy or unsafe. We are all keen to feel appreciated, recognized, and loved.
What shall I do when my husband plays around in full romance with another woman?
OMG, this woman will take away my husband, home, neighbors, friends, habits…, everything. Now it is time to act, it’s about who will rule, she or me, and of course, it will be me. I’m the strongest. I’m the wife, and I’m the queen. I’M!
Gosh, I listened to myself and got scared of my beasty. A war with whom, with myself, with people I love. Will my children get affected by this unworthy war? Hell no!
I choose Life with its dynamic!
I’m not Jealous. I’m turned off! Wow… I should take the time to explain to myself how I felt in the moments of losing something or someone I love. I’m referring to the present because I never stopped loving the ones I love, no matter how much they tried to hurt me. Moreover, love is an infinitive verb that conveys a state of being in syntax. In a nutshell, love is the source of Life!
I am not jealous because I know Life’s potential lies in the beauty of its dynamic, the continuous change, which we call Progress.
Yes, I turn off useless emotions because I Trust Life, Myself, and the Future.
I chose Faith, Love, and Joy. Everything else is out there but not my type of shot.