jealousy over boys talant
Once upon a time, there was a rich girl named Lily who had everything she could ever want. She had a luxurious mansion, a closet full of designer clothes, and a fleet of expensive cars. Despite all of her possessions, Lily was deeply unhappy. She longed for something that money couldn't buy: true talent.

One day, Lily met a poor boy named Jack who lived in a small apartment in the city. Jack was an incredibly gifted artist who could draw and paint with incredible skill. When Lily saw Jack's artwork, she was blown away by his talent. She had never seen anything like it before.

As Lily watched Jack create his art, she felt a twinge of jealousy in her heart. She had all the wealth in the world, but she couldn't draw a stick figure to save her life. She wished that she had a talent like Jack's, but it seemed that the universe had only bestowed such gifts upon the poor boy.

As time went on, Lily's jealousy grew and festered. She would make snide comments to Jack, telling him that he was wasting his time with his art when he could be making money like she did. She even went so far as to suggest that Jack should sell his artwork to her for a pittance, since he was so poor and desperate.

But Jack never took the bait. He knew that his talent was worth far more than a few dollars, and he refused to let Lily belittle him or his work. He continued to create beautiful pieces of art, pouring his heart and soul into each stroke of the brush.

Eventually, Lily realized that her jealousy was misplaced. She had been so focused on what Jack had that she didn't appreciate what she had herself. She had wealth, yes, but she also had the ability to learn and grow as a person. She began to take classes in drawing and painting, working hard to improve her own skills.

Years passed, and Lily became a talented artist in her own right. But she never forgot the lessons she had learned from Jack. She knew that true talent didn't come from money or status, but from hard work and dedication. And she was grateful to Jack for showing her that.
© Avinash David