This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...sides. It is then that such formulas as “Nobody is ever fully right or fully wrong” and “Who am I to judge?” take their lethal effect. The man who begins by saying: “There is some good in the worst of us,” goes on to say: “There is some bad in the best of us” — then: “There’s got to be some bad in the best of us” — and then: “It’s the best of us who make l ife difficult — why don’t they keep silent? — who are they to judge?”

And then, on some gray, middle-aged morning, such a man realizes suddenly that he has betrayed all the...
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