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Kindred And Greed's Relationship

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surprised me to see that Kindred offered up his maid as a substitute and that Cousin would rather fast on bread and water for five years than to accompany Everyman. Next, he calls upon Goods, which he has spent much of his lifetime blindly collecting for the joys and pleasures of life. But, sadly Goods, through his deceitful nature, shows him tough love and reveals that he is only on loan and cannot accompany him on his pilgrimage. Goods even admits he will deceive others. Everyman is beginning to realize that he foolishly gave Goods his love and affection as opposed to rightfully giving it to God. It seems that most of the characters pledge being there for Everyman until they realize the final end destination. Everyman hammers home the
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