Not what is right for me
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Not what is right for me and my tribe, or me and my mythic religion, or me and my nation, but what is right and fair for all peoples regardless of race or creed. For when I act in this worldcentric – not egocentric, not ethnocentric, but worldcentric – fashion, I am free in the deepest sense, for I am obeying not an outside force but the interior force of my own ethical reasoning: I am autonomous, I am deeply free.