I don't really agree with this either:
Originally Posted by LassieLove
Besides, no matter how much people want to deny it, one person's success can be another person's failure.
That is because I can think of thousands of examples where one person's success does not cause another person's failure, and might in fact lead to many other people's success.
For example, a person's wealth can lead to numerous spin-off benefits for many, many people around him. Including his family; his travel agent; his florist; his property agent; his gardener; his housekeeper; his tailor; and the people who work at all the shops, restaurants etc etc that the wealthy person patronises.
Not to mention the fact that wealthy people pay more taxes (which go back to society generally) and can give much larger charitable donations, than poor people.
You also referred to the desire for a "perfect body" and suggested that it is a very common LOA intention. Well, if I have a perfect body, how does that hurt or harm you in any way. It doesn't. I mean, it isn't my fault if you wish to feel offended by the superficiality you see in my intention.