Here Greed is overtaking the resources of light and water from Charity. I use a tentacle-like look for the flowers of greed and the cup-like shape of the leaves to stress the eagerness of Greed to grab all possible light for itself. Then in the shadows clutched in Greed's twisted stem and roots is a small stream of water that Greed refuses to share even though there is enough for all. Charity on the other hand is signified by five scraggly flowers that are barely surviving. Each trying to gain access to either light or water while also passing whatever wealth they acquire to their neighbor.