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wish to be admired, esteemed, or liked. And towards those who are like ourselves in
character and occupation, provided they do not get in our way or gain their living from the
same source as we do- for then it will be a case of 'potter against potter':
"Potter to potter and builder to builder begrudge their reward. "
And those who desire the same things as we desire, if it is possible for us both to share them
together; otherwise the same trouble arises here too. And towards those with whom we are
on such terms that, while we respect their opinions, we need not blush before them for doing
what is conventionally wrong: as well as towards those before whom we should be ashamed
to do anything really wrong. Again, our rivals, and those whom we should like to envy us - though without ill - feeling - - either we like these people or at least we wish them to like us.
And we feel friendly towards those whom we help to secure good for themselves, provided
we are not likely to suffer heavily by it ourselves. And those who feel as friendly to us when
we are not with them as when we are- which is why all men feel f...
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