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The 7 Deadly Sins

Updated: Jul 6, 2023


PRIDE

Pride is considered to be the most dangerous of the sins because it is the root of all sins. Pride is an excessive love of self, which leads to an exaggerated sense of one's own importance, power, and abilities. This sin is particularly dangerous because it blinds us to our faults and weaknesses, preventing us from recognizing and addressing them. Pride can also lead to arrogance, which can cause us to mistreat and exploit others.

Pride

Can’t put your feelings aside

Pride

Something you know and feel inside but still you know it’s all in your mind free yourself














GREED


Greed is an excessive desire for material wealth or possessions. Greed can be dangerous because it leads to the exploitation of others and can cause us to act in ways that are harmful to ourselves and to others. Greed can also lead to a sense of entitlement, which can cause us to neglect our responsibilities and obligations to others.


Greed

The Mine, Mine, Mine Mentality

Greed

In it for self, living lavishly




LUST


Lust is an excessive desire for sexual gratification. This sin is particularly dangerous because it can lead to the objectification of others and can cause us to act in ways that are harmful to ourselves and to others. Lust can also lead to the breakdown of relationships and can cause us to become isolated and alone.

Lust

Wants not needs

Lust

A desire you secretly admire

where your heart feeds






ENVY



Envy is an excessive desire for what others have, whether it be material possessions, social status, or personal qualities. Envy can be particularly dangerous because it can lead to resentment and bitterness, which can cause us to act in ways that are harmful to ourselves and to others. Envy can also lead to a sense of entitlement, which can cause us to neglect our responsibilities and obligations to others.


Envy

Like them I need to be

Envy

Why them when it’s been me ! Clearly you see!



GLUTTONY


Gluttony is an excessive desire for food or drink. This sin is particularly dangerous because it can lead to physical and mental health problems, as well as a sense of entitlement that can cause us to neglect our responsibilities and obligations to others. Gluttony can also lead to a sense of isolation and loneliness, as we become more focused on our own desires and less on our relationships with others.


Gluttony

Stuffing your face to hide the pain

Gluttony

Another sip and another bite makes you feel fulfilled even with knowing your self control remains untamed.





WRATH


Wrath is an excessive and uncontrolled anger. This sin is particularly dangerous because it can lead to violence and aggression, both physical and emotional. Wrath can also lead to the breakdown of relationships and can cause us to become isolated and alone.


Wrath

Rage bottled up inside

Wrath

How long will you go down the  destructive path?













SLOTH


Sloth is a lack of motivation or energy to do anything. This sin is particularly dangerous because it can lead to a sense of apathy and indifference, which can cause us to neglect our responsibilities and obligations to others. Sloth can also lead to a sense of isolation and loneliness, as we become more focused on our own desires and less on our relationships with others.


Sloth

Chained to the cycle

Sloth

Apathetic child sitting there being lazy thinking for a while




The seven deadly sins are a set of vices that have been identified by the Christian faith as being particularly dangerous and destructive to the human soul. These sins are considered to be the root of all other sins, and they are said to lead to spiritual death and eternal damnation if left unchecked. While these sins may seem like relics of a bygone era, they remain relevant today, as they continue to exert a powerful influence on our lives and on the world around us. Therefore, it is important that we recognize these sins and strive to overcome them, so that we can live a life that is both fulfilling and meaningful.


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