This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...he willingness to throw oneself blindly on the mercy of others there is the implicit privilege of making blind demands on one’s masters.

There are countless ways in which this so
rt of “metaphysical humility” reveals itself. For instance, there is the man who wishes to be rich, but never thinks of discovering what means, actions and conditions are required to achieve wealth. Who is he to judge? He never made the world — and “nobody gave him a break.”

There is the girl who wishes to be loved, but never thinks of discovering what love is, ...
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