The Conquest of Happiness - Bertrand Russell

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The tragedy of one successful politician after another is the gradual substitution of narcissism for an interest in the community and the measures for which he stands. The man who is only interested in himself is not admirable, and is not felt to be so. Consequently the man whose sole concern with the world is that it shall admire him is not likely to achieve his object.

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slowtyper237 1 year, 4 months ago
if i say please, will you admire me?
weesin 3 years, 1 month ago
Great quote

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