“It has been said Envy is the one deadly sin to which no one readily confesses. It seems to be the nastiest, the most grim, the meanest. Sneering, sly, vicious. The face of Envy is never lovely. It is never even faintly pleasant. Its expression crosses our faces in a split second. As La Rochefoucald said, ‘Few are able to suppress in themselves a secret satisfaction at the misfortune of their friends'”-Henry Fairlie, The Seven Deadly Sins Today, p.81