Have you ever in your life met a child as cheerful, spookily intelligent, unselfish, or indomitable as little Shirley?
People say giving is an unselfish act,” says Arsht in a telephone interview, “but the joy you get from giving is so exciting.
Most Americans--most normal, decent, unselfish Americans--are for it.
The contemplation of her pleasure gave me what some would call the most unselfish delight.
All the passengers, gentlemen included, applauded her unselfish stand.
Yet he was a brave, unselfish man and in all the years following that one Winter he lived cheerfully and nobly—a sunshiny life.
But so unselfish was she, that she would not allow her trouble to shadow any one else around her.
We need not suppose him to have been unselfish beyond the fashion of his age.
With women, one need only be natural, straightforward, and unselfish.
We know that Thou art in man, for it is Thy spirit which quickens within him every pure thought and moves to every unselfish deed.