Recently I've been reading about Elliot Rodger. He was bitter about being a 22-year-old virgin and went on a killing spree in his university area, shooting and hitting people with his car. He killed 6 and injured 14. Elliot Rodger fantasized about creating his version of utopia where women would be kept in concentration camps and be inseminated to bring forth boys that would live in a world that would be "free" of women and sex. His mindset was that if he couldn't have love and affection, neither should anyone else. Anders Behring Breivik also fantasized about creating utopia. And he was a 32-year-old loser, addicted to WoW and living in his mother's basement. The holocaust happened because the Nazis were jealous of Jews for being successful. The communist states were also based on jealousy of successful people, and look how that worked out. Jealousy is your body's way of saying that you should improve yourself But improving yourself is hard work. It takes a lot of time and effort. And there is no guarantee that you will be successful. It is therefore easier to bring others down. It is easier to destroy than to build. If we can't lift a barbell, it's not the barbell's fault, it's because we're not strong enough. We could waste our energy on jealous anger at strong people, or we could go pick up some dumbbells and work on strengthening ourselves. Are you sometimes like a crab in a bucket? Is that a productive mode of being?