J is for jealous, what you’ll assume most people are.
The ABCs For Terribly Spoiled Children
Jessica Hagy

How about we start looking at success as an example instead of a scapegoat?

I don’t know about “other people”. 
Whoever wrote this article is certainly jealous and bitter.

It reflects the recurring trend on chastising successful people, for their success and wealth.

It is jealousy. And it’s ugly.

Worry about your own goals and achievements. Stop blaming your failures on the circumstances of other people.

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