There is a tendency in the human heart to feel that good is more abundantly bestowed upon one than another; that happiness and all good things seem to fall into the lap of some, while others gain a meager amount of good through laborious effort and much deprivation. This attitude of thought arises from a false sense of things and a wrong concept of God, and sometimes seems to induce a feeling of injustice, self-justification, and resentment.
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