Self-Love: Etymology

Origin and meaning of self-love: from Ancient Greek φιλαυτία (philautía, "self-love, self-loving, self-turning), from φιλέω (philéō, “love”), and αὐτός (autós, “self”) bearing a striking resemblance to the later word Universe (Uni-Verse), from Uni (“One”), and Verse (“a turning"), — The One that turns into itself, the Self turning One, the Self becoming One, the Self Metamorphosing One; this "One pours itself into existence". Self-Love is One's Self.
Love Self, Love All, All One.
~ Wald Wassermann