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Envy — a Poison that Strangles

The reasons for the sinister truths we hide from each other, like decaying wounds

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“Envy is pain at the good fortune of others.

We envy those who are near us in time, place, age, or reputation.”

— Aristotle

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Henya Drescher

Henya Drescher

Psychological thrillers writer, wife, mother, weightlifter, gardener. Stolen Truth on Amazon. https://henyadrescher.com

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