This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...soul of the man whose favorite play is Waiting for Godot.

Of the various pleasures that man can offer himself, the greatest is pride — the pleasure he takes in his own achievemen
ts and in the creation of his own character. The pleasure he takes in the character and achievements of another human being is that of admiration. The highest expression of the most intense unio n of these two responses — pride and admiration — is romantic love. Its celebration is sex.

It is in this sphere above all — in a man’s romantic-sexual responses — that h...
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