Falling in love and admiring, you will get what you love. If you replace admiration with a substitute for love, such as envy, you will get nothing but pain and suffering. Mortal sins, substituting themselves for love, kill the miracle of love and spoil everything.
Of course, boredom is a mortal sin and a source of endless suffering. But boredom is necessary for a person to find love and so be saved. Trying to kill boredom with entertainment and vices is obviously more like firewood under the devil's cauldron than saving you from suffering.
All mortal sins are something devoid of love, which means that they do not lead to the transmission of internal information, allowing you to get only superficial and formal information, that is, lies. That is, if your interest in subjects is caused by motives of mortal sins, then you will not get anything but problems and suffering from such contacts.
The first road to hell is fear. The second one is lie. The third one is greed. The 4th one is avarice. The 5th one is ignorance and stupidity. The 6th one is anger. The 7th is dejection, lack of faith and dream. There are other roads too, but the first seven ones will suffice you, I guess.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. "Do not judge," but you, full of good intentions, begin to judge and go astray and come to hell. Fair enough. The desire to judge is a sin of pride, a mortal sin.
Envy is one of the forms of fear, vanity and stupidity. The worm of envy kills love and faith. Man cannot love whom he envies. The main sins of the jealous are mendacity, betrayal, subversion and so on.