Jealousy: Interpersonal Relationship and Successful Student

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Jealousy Is Fearsome
A famous English philosopher named Francis Bacon said that “jealousy is the devil that always secretly and quietly destroys the good things on the earth.” By that he meant that the jealousy is a negative and we get it harmful emotion which result from shame, anger, and resentment. In the book Tuesday with Morrie, Morrie, who was a professor from Brandeis University, was told that love and forgiveness can make people engage in a strong relationship. On the other hand, jealousy leads to anger, betrayal, and envy which destroys relationships established between friends. Also, jealousy could create mistrust and hatred between people which dramatically impedes a normal relationship and interpersonal relationship. If a person is jealous, it can damage a relationship with his surroundings and emerge into a lonely stage of his life.(too many ideas get to one point )

In the path of life, humans often encounter jealousy from people around them.(weak claim) One way to be jealous is to envy others. From example, a classmate who got a higher score than everyone else in the class, we are encouraged to learn from the hard work of that particular student. However, there are always people who finds the successful student irritating because he is better than the rest. Such emotion causes jealousy of the other’s success. In order to comfort their poor performance, envious students will try to segregate successful student. Because they think if they can not do better, the rest of should be like them. I experienced such nasty feeling in high school, I had two classmates who were great friends of mine. One of them was Jack, and the other was Jaime. We often hung out together to play. Jaime did well in school and he was surrounded by group of people because of his good scores. Jack, who often failed his tests, was jealous and angry when he saw his best friend being praised by others. As the result of his jealousy, Jack left the classroom and...
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