Thinking about ethics and current events
A philanthropist who gives money -- or anything else of value -- to his less fortunate neighbor needs to keep in mind that a true philanthropist also must maintain a genuine love and empathy toward his neighbor's predicament. Moreover, a true philanthropist does not consider himself to be superior to his neighbor because of his extensive wealth, but views his neighbor as being on an equal social pedestal with himself.
Very true, George. Which goes to show that there are very few true philanthropists.
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