Time for a problem to address to everyone. I know that's what ranters say when they start ranting, but hey, at least this will get you thinking.
Now, this problem takes many forms, but let's use an example we can all connect with. Most of us, anyway.
Here's a conversation:
"I don't really like Justin Bieber much. He's just not my thing."
"WHAT!? You can't REALLY hate him! You must just be jealous!"
"What? Of course not!!"
That's just one example. Really, if someone doesn't like another someone, then don't defend this other someone by saying the first one is jealous of the second. The first just doesn't like the second! Don't assume that the first resents the second just because he's jealous.
Don't get me wrong. Sometime one can resent the other because he's jealous. My point is this: not always.
This was short for a ranting post, but hopefully the point is across. Just because jealousy spawns hatred doesn't mean that hatred is limited to spawning from jealousy.
-- AJDJ Surreal