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Is It Better To Give Than Receive?

Jesus said it was better to give than to receive. There’s not many times I disagree with Jesus, but on this notion I do not necessarily agree with him. I have the greatest admiration for Christ’s teachings. To tell the … Continue reading

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The Negative Side To Altruism

Knowledge related to consequences of mindsets (philosophy/psychology), and consequences of actions (science) are the key components to all morality, not altruism.  Altruism has these three consequences: a) idleness, b) Decisions made by the will of another, or c) An attempt … Continue reading

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Altruism, Authenticity, and Identity

If a person follows the crowd, do they have identity?  Can they be happy?  Does a person who ‘lives to serve’ have identity?  Do we have a duty to be altrusitic?

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