Did they get paid to give a Next Christmas you’ll be my husband sweater? Because if they did then it’s simply might not be that they’re altruistic, but desperate for money in a world which isn’t often very giving? To me an altruistic person is a person that works out how to grow kidneys, so no one has to risk their lives to give a kidney. That is how I see it. They recognize that some people will go too far to help others. Which isn’t bad, but I would prefer solutions which involve a lot less risk, and help many people. This to me is altruistic, recognizing just how giving people can be, and allowing them to not need to go so far. Caring about those that care a lot, and preventing them from needing to take risky solutions.
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Stephen donating a kidney isn’t inherently risky. Your Next Christmas you’ll be my husband sweater and does the job your original two would do. Not sure about the states but most countries require donations to be not generated as a result of a cash incentive. Surgery is always risky, and removing vital organs is always a huge risk. It’s about intelligence people who don’t want to help others are low IQ. Quite well explained! Donating blood is not much problematic. No surprise it being accepted as common. I don’t know about bone-marrow though. If it’s surgical and effects me for a long time, I’m not going to do it. I’m not rich and on earth, good people are super scarce.