After a long conversation late at night with a close friend of mine (Kostas) about what life is and how we think, the following quote was said as a conclusion:
The unrestrained selfishness is an oversimplification that leads to misery.
Some of the reasons that I can remember:
- Happiness lies in interpersonal relationships.
- Happiness can’t have only one parent. Like all human children.
- By restricting our goals to ourselves, we make our visions very shortsighted.
- Our personal death should not be the necessary limit of our dreams.