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IS UNSELFISHNESS PRACTICAL ?
“Unselfishness is more paying, only people have not the patience to practice it.” This utterance of Swami Vivekananda forces us to ruminate over concepts of selfishness, unselfishness, and; doubt the way we see the life going on around us. Almost every thinking human being, at some point in his life, goes through the crisis of doubt and confusion when he tries to adapt a value system, which, he tries to stick to throughout his life. Most of the time he has to lower the ideal or compromise with what his heart believed as desirable from his very childhood. We hear "Be good" taught all over the world. “There is hardly a child, born in any country in the world, who has not been told, "Do not steal," "Do not tell a lie,"” One may talk of unselfishness and maybe convinced intellectually of its utility or goodness but in practice finds oneself wanting. Selfishness is tempting when opportunity presents itself to use unethical means or shortcuts to achieve immediate success, but one feels miserable when one is a victim of the same.