This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...Like any other value, love is not a static quantity to be divided, but an unlimited response to be earned. The love for one friend is not a threat to the love for another, and neither is the lov
e for the various members of one’s family, assuming they have earned it. The most exclusive form — romantic love — is not an issue of competition. If two men are in love with the same woma
n, what she feels for either of them is not determined by what she feels for the other and is not taken away from him. If she chooses one of them, the “loser” could not have had what the “...
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