“We are relative creatures. The man who teaches his slaves to read is a saint in a world where slavery is legal, and a monster where it isn’t. We aren’t born knowing if we’re good or bad. We decide by comparing ourselves to others—and by that yardstick it’s no different to measure by our own successes than by our neighbors failures, save that it’s easier to corrupt the neighbor.”
“It costs less to pretend you’re happy than to admit you’re not.”
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