We’re selfish creatures. We’re good at the talk but not at the act. We can preach to others about selflessness, but when it comes to real-life situations, we act in favour of our self-interest.
Self-preservation is a priority for us. It’s hard for us to sacrifice our desires for the welfare of others.
I’m not saying it’s good or bad. I’m expressing the truth.
That’s what we’re…
My dear, you and me.
We are the same because we’re the product of the same civilization that is good at preaching and bad at following.
To come out of my comfort zone and do something genuinely for you is out of my range. I can be excellent and helpful to you until I don’t contradict my self-interest in you.
To be true to you, I don’t believe in helping others because I elevate my ego, giving me a false belief that I’m superior to them.
What I can do for others is to love them unconditionally…
…With that love comes a sense of responsibility
Out of that, an spontaneous action…
…I call it self-satisfaction
I never helped anyone, and I’m not guilty of that…
All I ever did was for self-satisfaction. It was a spontaneous act; people called it “help”.