"...We must choose between what is right and what is easy."
- J.K. Rowling; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
"There is no one who is inherently good though every individual is naturally sacred.
Every one is intrinsically selfish in some way. Even those whom do good innately expect good to be done unto them even if not right away. We dole our cruelty unto others directly through deeds such as humiliation, indirectly through actions such as self-harm, or by a solution of the two.
Yet forgiveness is at every moment crying out to be accessed via authentic remorse for the inhumanity we have done to others while forgiveness also yearns to be accepted for ourselves.
Most people intrinsically love some others yet all are meant to go against their natures by unconditionally loving every soul including one's own."
- Charlie Avinash Nicholas
"In the Law there are many commands, such as, 'Be faithful in marriage. Do not murder. Do not steal. Do not want what belongs to others.' But all of these are summed up in the command that says, 'Love others as much as you love yourself.'
Love is kind and patient,
never jealous, boastful,
proud, or rude.
Love isn’t selfish
or quick tempered.
It doesn’t keep a record
of wrongs that others do.
Love rejoices in the truth,
but not in evil.
Love is always supportive,
- Romans 13:9 and 1 Corinthians 13:4-7