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Of all the seven deadly sins we think of envy as being the least fun of all It is the one that people are least likely to want to own up to for as to do so would mean that one is cold-hearted mean and selfish Now unless youre Jesus or Mother Theresa you have probably experienced at least a flash of envys evil Everyone should anticipate encountering it at some stage in their lives as its a natural emotion that we all feel Envy varies its intensities it can give you a tiny scratch to a corrosive soul-destroying stab But you know what I think envy has been given a very very bad reputation I dont think it is an evil monster at all You see the problem with envy is we have all been thinking to small We need to be thinking bigger much bigger Take America for example They have used envy remarkably well to their advantage They were envious of all those Arabs because they had all the oil So they invaded them They were envious of all those nations out there that had a religion that bound them together so what did they do They vilified and attacked them all too Look where that has gotten America Talk about going places You know I havent seen George Bush up really close but Im pretty sure his eyes are green In fact that whole nation probably has green eyes We all know how George is so envious of anyone who can think for themselves that he just has to call them dangerous radicals Not because hes stupid or anything No not at all it makes him look clever Its all about using envyskilfully A bit closer to home look at our esteemed leader John Howard Look at how far his envy of George Bushs fantastic leadership skills has gotten him Hes pretty much tried to copy everything Bush has
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