Is it really necessary we love all our fellow human beings???
By asking such a question i’m not implying that we should hate them.
Can we not just stay inert about everyone else except the ones we love and care about…I feel it isn’t a matter of shame or guilt if you are not able to embrace all your fellow beings as the world would want you to..
“Love your neighbor, as you love yourself”, is an absurd statement….
No normal human can treat someone else equal to himself..You can’t treat everyone the way you treat your loved ones…It is a personal and selfish feeling which cannot be shared with everyone…
By reading these above beliefs of mine,don’t presume me to be an anti social creature…I just say that we cannot love everyone seamlessly, but we can very well make a choice of hating none…
Thats my policy, derived obviously from Ayn Rand,whom i admire so much….
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