Envy seeks a society of mediocrity where everyone can do everything, have everything, experience everything. Yet in envy's breeding ground a strange anomaly takes place. The lowly are persuaded they will arrive at the highest, while the highest are injected with a guilt complex over their hard earned success.
People content in their natural positions have their expectations for success and promotions cruelly and falsely promised by the rise of the inner torment of envy. Out of envy women claim they have a right to be priests;
priests want to be married or, at least, be in politics, in acting, in music, in dancing, in anything and everything,