Man neither Envies nor Is Envied

The silencing of hateful suggestions withTruth demonstrates love"

The remark, "I envy you," is supposed to carry approbation with it; "I don't envy you," commiseration. Envy is sometimes tolerated as a somewhat harmless failing of human nature. Envy, however, should be recognized and rejected for what it is, a lie perpetrated by limited material sense, since the man of God's creating can neither envy nor be envied.

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