"It's hard convincing yourself that where you are at the moment is your home, and it's not always where your heart is. Sometimes I win and sometimes not." -- Jonathan Carroll
Nothing... not because I'm perfect or I know a lot of things !! LOL ! When I was a little child, my parents told me I had to be delighted with the success of other people...
hi jane,now i have my internet connection working again so,people who can maintain calmness no matter what happens.
hm, i was thinnking that you speak to many people here on your blog...that goes well... i think...[or are nervous and swetting all the time when blogging?? ;) and picture our computers in underwhere? ]
i am constantly learning to improve my public speaking skills, (and having to actually speak in public a lot, including chairing meetings) but i get so nervous every time. but i do think it bgets easier if you prepare well and practice. i dont think i envy anyone for as much as i do those moms that magically get their figures back (flat stomachs and all) immediately after giving birth.
a good ninja is never envious.d'wooooooo! ;)
Those who seem to be able to eat anything and never gain a pound.
to have the courage to sing (i only sing for my children)
I agree with the one about people who can eat anything, yet never gain weight. Plus, I am envious of people who have clean, well organized houses.
I LOVE SPEAKING PUBLICLY!!!!!Let's see -- envious....eating anything and still remaining thin!
sometimes it's good hair .... or cute shoes .... or a flat stomach ... or a mini-cooper :) I guess I have a long list :(
When someone can walk into a room and win everyone over. My dad is like that.
I'm with you. I danced for 10 years and not once was I happy with my performances. I get in front of people and turn to mush!I wouldn't mind having that flat stomach either...I'd even take it via a tummy tuck! LOL!!!!
Moms who have the pre-prego bodies. So. Envious.
i agree with you jane... but there's other thing too: when i just met someone i never know what talk about, i'm too shy!
It's already been said: but someone who is Audrey Hepburn willowy (AND eats) inspires the most bitter envy in my plump chest.I also envy people with musical talent. and artistic talent. and thick, curly hair.
after six months of buddhist workshops, I'm trying to practice joy in other people's successes. I've learnt that whilst at first, telling myself that I am happy for that person's achievement or possession may be a wee bit contrived, eventually I will have re-trained my brain to actually believe it! :-) So whilst I don't like admitting to envy, there is a lingering flame of envy in me for people who have beautiful big homes - I don't want what they have inside, just the structure itself!
I'm envy people their strong, loving sibling relationships.
Having special habbility to have excellent relationships with everyone
I envy other people's houses. And I envy talent and easiness.
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