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We have the smartphones that we carry with us 24/7, always able to catch what other people are up to and feel envious about it.
Even if we use logic and intellect to tell ourselves that the images that we see on social media may not be real or factual, as they can be edited/filtered, they still affect us on an emotional level.
All age groups and social classes of people feel envy when they see their peers, family, and friends on social media, apparently doing better than they are.
Some may find the youthful looks and hair envious, while others may find the displayed lifestyle to be stirring them emotionally.
Envy is much more than just craving the lifestyle a person sees his friends or peers having.
Envy is deep-rooted hatred, a feeling of wanting to destroy the other person who you think is having a better life than you are. It is silently destructive and malice oriented.
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