Selfishness In A Streetcar Named Desire

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The practice of selfishness is in itself the inability to practice self-love; and therefore the incapacity to love. Selfishness is in essence the mere opposite of self-love. | One can only love another inasmuch as one loves oneself, otherwise one is never loving freely. Love is not specific, but the wisdom to understand that we all are one and not objects of
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