With a little luck, a little help from a friend and praised with all advantages one can hope for, egoists live a much more straight forward and upright life, in which everything happens to their fullest satisfaction. Roasted pigeons come flying into our mouth, women faint at our feet.
Those who we don’t wish to congregate with, don’t even want our company. Anyone as they wish. It’s rather okay. The egoist isn’t undisputed, apparently he’s not even welcomed as suggested by the Chanel ad. Why then is it colloquial language among good people to refer to healthy egoism?
The egoist disrupts the order of good people. A disruptor has become fashionable again with the success of disruptive services. At young age he disrupts order for fun and out of boredom. Later it becomes his business model. At age 80 and beyond you see him work with joy. Work helps him feel alive, even sublime. We thank Jean Paul Grude for this ad. His website reflects not only how dear we hold him and think of him highly but how well he knows we should.
The site is hand coded and was done by Yan Steve und Alexandra Tougue .
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