Really it's that simple

A loving heart is the truest wisdom.

- Charles Dickens (1812-1870).

Friends Among Us (2020) by Philosopher Daniel Sanderson
Loving Is Reciprocal, the Opposite is Ironic - Another planksip® Pedadoggy

The irony lies in the opposition to reciprocal altruism, which never lowers one's fitness to help another; a dominant species with the capacity to care. How can we refer to ourselves as loving compassionate creatures when the majority prefer to live by the status quo of buying more and spending less? The race to the bottom regardless of how it effects the rest of the community.

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