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Envy is the driver of Business-wolves

I strongly recommend accessing the metaphor on Business-wolves.

“They are driven by envy which has been defined by Buddhists as the integration of greed and jealousy. The German word for envy “Schadenfreude” makes it much clearer. It means the joy of damaging.

The German saying: “Schadenfreude ist die schönste Freude” says that “the joy of producing damages is the greatest joy” implies that envy produces a great pleasure when it is used. It generates a great pleasure when destroying by action or inaction.

Therefore you can see that business-wolves pee all the time their hypothetical territory and destroy or downgrade everything they think might threaten their territory or self-esteem.”

Access the complete metaphor at: http://bit.ly/bUSRl8

Your comments are welcome.

Diana Belohlavek
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