Random Quote

Jealous is one of the most misused words in the English language today, mistakenly used in place of the word envy. To be jealous is to guard your treasure—whether it is literal treasure or a woman you love.

From the novel “Drowning With Others” by Linda Keir

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2 thoughts on “Random Quote

  1. I’ve pondered this often myself. Jealousy is Envy’s evil twin, IMO. A jealous person is not only proprietary of his ‘fortune’, he also wishes to ruin or steal the fortunes belonging to others.

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