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Yes, I think that he does believe greed takes away from true happiness. He was as susceptible to greed as anyone else, but he saw the desire for greed as a burden.
"He had been captured by the world, by lust, covetousness, sloth, and finally also by that vice which he had used to despise and mock the most as the most foolish one of all vices: greed. Property, possessions, and riches also had finally captured him; they were no longer a game and trifles to him, had become a shackle and
a burden." (Page 29)