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Greed is the one thing that everyone in the world has in common Greed can be good or bad at the appropriate times Greed can cause a person or the people around them to get hurt Greed can make people happy in the right way It can also make oneself selfish Bad greed causes people and others around them to get hurt Greed can change a persons personality In the movie The Christmas Carol Scrooge keeps and collects all the taxes pays his employee with little wages and doesnt give anything away Not even to charities With him being greedy and selfish the three ghost of Christmas visit him They tried to change his mind and heart about the way he acted Greed can cause a person to get hurt in the process One day in the summertime there was a guy who dropped his wallet on the ground There were two people behind him and both lunged for it They didnt even bother telling the man he dropped it They played tug of war until one let go and fell hitting his head on the ground The guy soon later was sent to the hospital because he had gotten a concussion Good greed can make people happy at one point When they receive something precious to them they would want to keep it to their selves For example if one had a necklace that their great grandmother gave to them of course they should be greedy and keep it There is absolutely nothing wrong with that This world of greed is twisted and corrupted Or else they would lose it right away Good greed can give someone an ambitious reason to be greedy This type of greed helps them be responsible for things that can be stolen or misplaced easily Good greed can give someone an ambitious reason to be greedy This type of greed helps them be responsible for
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