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The Well of Envy

Often in life, we find ourselves asking for something more that we desire, a good that we crave. This is true especially when we see our neighbor with that we want, we wish for it, and then we either praise them or covet them. Envy is a deep well, the more you draw out of it, the deeper it gets. If we are not careful, we might drown in it, loosing not just a wish, moreover our entire soul.


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