This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...n attempt to understand their son. The world they never made and dare not challenge, has told them that children love parents automatically.

There is the man who wants a job, but n
ever thinks of discovering what qualifications the job requires or what constitutes doing one’s work well. Who is he to judge? He never made the world. Somebody owes him a living. How? Somehow .

A European architect of my acquaintance was talking, one day, of his trip to Puerto Rico. He described — with great indignation at the universe at large — the squalor of the ...
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