Helping Hands


Help. Sometimes we want it and sometimes we don’t. Sometimes we want to give it and sometimes we’d rather not. Well, this is my view on it:

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And for expectations after you help:

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For more on Lloyd Alexander, go to Remember, Remember the 5th of November

For more on Ayn Rand, go to Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Roads

For more of my favorite quotes, go to The Eye of the Storm

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2 thoughts on “Helping Hands

  1. Here’s what Ayn Rand said about charity:

    “My views on charity are very simple. I do not consider it a major virtue and, above all, I do not consider it a moral duty. There is nothing wrong in helping other people, if and when they are worthy of the help and you can afford to help them. I regard charity as a marginal issue. What I am fighting is the idea that charity is a moral duty and a primary virtue.”

    You can find more of what she said about it and other topics, here: “Charity” at The Ayn Rand Lexicon.

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