AYO I KUMUEKUENTOS, LALAYO' PAT MALALAGO'
"To the jealous," they say, "nothing is more frightful than laughter."
Your success is someone else's misery. They want what you have, and think that they don't have it.
"Why is he or she happy, and I am not?"
And so they try to subtract from your happiness by talking negatively about you or your success.
And so, the older people said, "The one who talks, is either jealous or wants what you have."
The frustration of the jealous, though, is that many times the happiness someone else has can not be taken away by any means. The jealous ends up feeling alone in a room full of smiles.