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The Divine Value Of One’s “Self”

The self embodies the human spirit, It’s value is priceless.

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The preservation of self is perhaps one of the holiest of sacrifices one can make. A good sense of self is perhaps the spirit of morality regarding as a precious sentiment. Good etiquette is likened and considered a precious thing while mean qualities are considered to devalue the “self.”




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