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Charles Caleb Colton once said Avarice has ruined more souls than extravagance In the song Greed by Godsmack the punishment for greed was simply loosing self-identification In the book Animal Farm by George Orwell it shows how greed can convert us into what we hate the most In the Bible the story of Adam and Eve expresses the origin of greed and what came from it Often punishment can be something as small as being stripped of self-recognition In the song Greed Godsmack states Hard to find how I feel especially when youre smothering me Hard to find how I feel please someone help me Hard to find how I feel controlling me every step of the way Hard to find how I feel you greedy little baby In this song he personifies greed and how it slowly engulfed him and took over While the person mentioned in the song was busy indulging himself in his greedy desires he lost track of who he really was Greed had a way of changing the person from the song Greed has the influence to transform people into what they initially loathed and strived not to become In the book Animal Farm Orwell illustrates what happens when people keep wanting and wanting As the book plays out the animals of a farm in the country revolt against the farmer and seize control of the farm As soon as the revolution was successful the pigs which set themselves above the others make laws to insure that the animals would not act like humans As time went on the pigs started to expunge certain laws or amend them to give more power to the pigs In the end the other animals couldnt tell the difference between the humans and the pigs making the pigs punishment becoming what they hated The pigs greediness developed from the thought of revolution and thought of a new future Sometimes ravenousness
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