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PostSubject: Todays' Thought; Envy   Sat 25 Sep 2010, 6:48 pm




A thousand eyes, but none with correct vision.
~Isacher Hurwitz




William Shakespeare referred to envy as the "green sickness." There are only losers in the game of envy. When we envy someone else, we have judged ourselves and found something lacking.

Lack of self-love is the soil in which envy grows. Envious people are never satisfied. Self-pity is never sitting far from envy. We feel sorry for ourselves for what we don't have. Self-pity is like a swamp, the longer we stand in the muck, the more we stink.

Concentrating on what we do have is the perfect antidote for envy. Every one of us has our own special gifts and talents. We find these by looking at ourselves instead of looking at others. By becoming grateful for what we have, we can rejoice in ourselves.


Today let me be grateful for what I have.

Today's Thought from Hazeldon is a reading from the book, "Our Best Days" by Nancy Hill-Mast

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