I agree, so in other words even if "evil" may occur it will have some benefiting factor involved no matter how selfish it may seem to others. So its not really evil.
Not exactly, basically selfishness is just inward thinking and acting, you have to be able to help yourself and be in a good place in order to help others. You can't save someone from drowning if you're drowning yourself, you can't donate money if you're broke, and you can't help anyone study if you're stupid. It's not being selfish that's the problem, it's the method in which are used to achieve those selfish goals and what is done after those goals are achieved.
Part of the book "The Virtue of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
"In popular usage, selfishness is a synonym of evil; the image it conjures is of a murderous brute who tramples over piles of corpses to achieve his own ends, who cares for no living being and pursues nothing but the gratification of the mindless whims of any immediate moment. Yet the exact meaning and dictionary definition of the word 'selfishness' is: concern with one’s own interests. This concept does not include a moral evaluation; it does not tell us whether concern with one’s own interests is good or evil; nor does it tell us what constitutes man’s actual interests."
I think it's a good book to read but Ayn Rand is kind of a "zealot" with it and expects people to follow it to the letter. She actually booted Nathaniel Branden from an kind of association because he disagreed with her a little on certain things.