The Selfish Adoption's Seven Deadly Sins
The unethical person that seeks to possess someone else's children through legal procedures frequently disguises their
true motivations of selfish desire.
The negative motivations for adoption include the seven deadly sins.
Greed: To Possess and Own Another's child.
Lust: To lust of the possession of other's children.
Sloth: To be lazy in the care of the adopted child
Pride: To feel entitled to be a parent.
envy: To envy other people who have children.
Gluttony: to act, spend, and "seek to be satisfied" by a child .
Wrath: Anger from the lacking of producing their own offspring.
The positive motivations of the seven holy virtues are frequently ignored in child adoption.