I'm not sure I have a favorite.
Not withstanding "the unbalanced force" of someone
looking under my rock, I usually keep to myself;
so wrath and envy are out.
When I go to the local Kroger to buy groceries, if
I see stupid people, I feel pride (because I'm not them--
this sometimes bleeds into a twisted/asinine sort of
gratitude). If I have to put up with stupid people in
traffic (assuming that I get temporarily caught in the
snares of "dream sharing") I might feel some anger.
Usually when I am hungry, or when I am physically tired,
these are the only things-- at that time-- that I think
about. So I would suppose the influence of a particular
deadly sin at any given time would be based upon Maslow's
Hierarchy of Needs, predicated by what "lower-rung" or more
basic needs have been met.
EX: If I can't get to sleep and I have to go to to work in the
morning, I'm probably not going to dwell on how Proud I am
to be a Vampire. Likewise, if I haven't eaten all day and a
cute woman bends over in front of me to pick up a quarter,
except for those two or three "in the moment" seconds, I'm
thinking about getting some lunch. (This position was somewhat
different 20 years ago
So I guess what I am trying to say is: If I have a day
when I'm headlining at the Hubris Bar and Grill, I'm in pretty
good shape-- my tummy's full, I'm not tired, I'm not distracted
by some unavailable woman, I don't feel like ripping the
head off of some wanker, and I'm not depressed because
someone has more money than me.
Final Analysis: Pride.
Pride for me is a "lower-maintenance" deadly sin.
Everything else requires constant feeding from me
especially anger and wrath. (LOL!)
Actually, (come to think of it) if I like the fact I don't
have to work at being prideful, then I guess Sloth would
be somewhere close by.
As a college transcript:
ELectives:Greed and Lust