Because I am a good

This goes deeper at every iteration, and on the surface, it starts with: "I will not do/think/consider that, because I am a good..."

Then ask "Good what, for who's benefit?". With a gentle realisation of "and I am already doing/thinking/considering that, for me".

And if it is not true anymore, or being good for someone else is an old reason: Take a deeper turn with the same question.