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C.G. Jung Psychological Reflections : A New Anthology of His Writings, 1905-1961
I cannot love anyone if I hate myself.
That is the reason why we feel so extremely uncomfortable in the presence of people who are noted for their special virtuousness, for they radiate an atmosphere of the torture they inflict on themselves.
That is not a virtue but a vice.
And thus, from so-called goodness, which was once really good, something has arisen which is no longer good; it has become an evasion. Nowadays any coward can make himself respectable by going to church and loving his neighbour.
But it is simply an untrue state, an artificial world. ~Carl Jung, Psychological Reflections, Page 221.