Analysis of Love of money as a universal sins

According to godly woman;(Ms.Varvara)by enjoying God's given free beautiful Nature as your own wealth!by helping others in need! you will restore heavenly father's wealth and pure love above all! As for former president Ronald Reagan:help others to share &benifit from our success; indv.freedom and the profit motive were the engines of progress which transformed an American wilderness into an economic Dynamo! American people with a standard of living that is still the envy of the world! As for me Astghick moradkhanians thanking wise people forever spoken love of money counts as a universal sins!

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Characters 626
Words 100
Sentences 8
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 1
Lines Amount 1
Letters per line (avg) 494
Words per line (avg) 115
Letters per stanza (avg) 494
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Submitted on February 10, 2021

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Astghick Moradkhanians

Engineer and newly retire from state employment!as a poet of several poems which published in international library of poetry titles are as follows; God throuly appears in tornado , universal sins, The light of the world,the mystery of the man of all time in the book title best poems in 2002, America@millinum more…

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