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|JEALOUSY /ENVY Related States & Conditions: Comparison/Competition, |
Criticism/Judgment, Fault, Fear, Greed, Hate, ... Félix Lope de Vega, 1562-1635 ~
Cantorcillo de la Virgen Jealousy is always born with love, but does not die with it
|Sexual jealousy, although strong, is not necessarily more or less intense than |
jealousy from other sources. ... As de La Rochefoucauld points out in one of his
many maxims, “Jealousy is always born with love, but it does not always die with
|wants to test how she would respond to him if she thought he were someone else|
. ... #361: “La jalousie nait toujours avec l'amour, mais elle ne meurt pas toujours
avec lui” (Jealousy is always born with love, but it does not always die with it).
|A similar situation obtains for jealousy: it is born with love. Many saw this before |
La Rochefoucauld, but not this: "it does not always die with love" (451, maxim
361). Nor did they see that, "like other passions, pride has its bizarre aspects: one
|invited ; but go to your poor friend's without invitation, and you will be welcomed |
alike ; who comes unbidden, departs unwelcome. ... jt ignores facts, and is the
sister of love ; a jealous man always finds more than he looks for ; a woman
dislikes her sex from professional ... although this is rare, but jealousy may exist
without love, and this is common ; jealousy is born with love, but does not die with
it ; it is ...
|The woman herself, during our assignation with her, does little more than put us |
in touch with these goddesses. But as soon ... For Proust, as for La
Rochefoucauld, 'Jealousy is always born with love, but does not die with it' (
Maxims, no. 361).
|Sometimes, jealousy is not concerned with actual exclusivity but merely with |
apparent exclusivity. A man may be indifferent ... La Rochefoucauld said that
jealousy is always born with love, but does not always die with it. Jealousy, then,
is not ...
|Love. Is. Not. Jealous. Is. jealousy a side effect of love? From Christ's day to ours, |
misconceptions about where jealousy comes from and what it is have flourished.
... The ancient Roman poet Ovid once wrote, “Love that is fed by jealousy dies
hard. ... In the early 1600s, writer Francois Duc de La Rochefoucauld rather
cynically wrote, “Jealousy is always born with love, but does not always die with it
|BEING JEALOUS jealous, from the Low Latin zelosus, "full of zeal," is to feel or |
show envy of someone or their achievements ... As Francois De La
Rochefoucauld observed, "jealousy is always born with love, but does not always
die with it.
|10 Can Any Good Come Out of Romantic Jealousy? 85856?' Jealousy is always |
born together with love, but it does not always die with love. . .. We are happier in
the passion we feel than in that we arouse. —La Rochefoucauld, "Reflections" e ...