Don't you agree that the best company for a selfish person is a self centered person.
I think both will make each other happy without polluting the lives of selfless people.
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People that naturally agree on the major things in life, want the same things, and enjoy each other's company tend to get along.
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Richa and Grace, Thank you both for your kind words! Best wishes!
The selfish person would be happy with another selfish person because they have something in common. Besides, an altruistic person would be unnerved by a selfish person. A selfish person would be highly perplexed by an altruistic person. They simply will not have anything in common emotionally, mentally , psychologically, and psychically. Their values are diametrically opposite to each other in terms of philosophy and lifestyle scope.
However, an altruistic person can teach the selfish person to progress and look at life beyond himself/herself. The former can teach the latter to evolve beyond his/her narrow universe of self and into the humanity of others. An altruistic person can teach the selfish person that there are benefits of giving of oneself to others emotionally, psychologically, and even psychically.
But dear, I think that an altruistic person can never teach a selfish person because a selfish person can never come out from his/her very nano circle to understand.
Selfishness like self-centeredness,they have one thing in common,pain.There is no help one that one can bring to another,because with ignorance lies blindness(spiritual).Both need truth and conscious actions for themselves first! Then dwells change.
Agree! Selfish people have also low consciousness, sometimes even an animalistic consciousness. These kind of people drain energy from selfless people like a parasite.
So, always avoid the company of selfless people for the simple reason that they have nothing to offer than low frequent energy.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 21 months ago
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