I'll paraphrase this but you'll get the point. It was on values and self-worth and mate-seeking: "Someone who is rich, creative, or attractive, might end up marrying someone else who isn't as rich, or as creative, or as attractive, but someone of high integrity will never marry someone who isn't of equally high integrity." It was from a book on upper class (socioeconomic class) dating. I thought it was a good quote (maybe I'll go look up the actual quote later) but basically it opened my eyes in a similar way to how MM and RSD opened my eyes, by allowing me to intellectualize and define things that I had only picked up on subconsciously before. It's another piece of the social puzzle for me. The reason I don't have many close friends is because of differences in integrity. I always just got weird vibes from many people before, like hypothetically I wouldn't trust them to do the honest thing in certain situations, but it was just a vibe. Now, after reading that quote, I understand better how I was feeling about them.