It's annoying to try to preach about greed

The hard thing about preaching on greed is that if you can't be too general and you can't be too specific.

If you are too specific it's very easy for people to dismiss the application "That's just you", "I've seen how you actually live", "That wouldn't work in my situtation".

But if you are too general then you don't get to the guts of the matter, for with greed, the devil is in the cumulative power of the details. More, you can end up making people feel vaguely guilty for buying a packet of burger rings and vaguely guilty for eating an extra piece of pizza, without really establishing an overall approach to wealth and greed.

Here's my attempt to preach on greed