wish that all beings be free from suffering. Swami Vivekananda, the legendery hindu monk, has said -"Jive prem kare jeijon, Seijon sebiche Iswar" (Whoever loves any living being, is serving ss donation of clothes to poor people (Vastraseva or blood donation camp or mass food donation (Annyaseva) for poor people is common. The effect is sensitive to subtle cues such as people being more helpful when there were stylized eyespots instead of a logo on a computer screen. "Psychosocial differences between elderly volunteers and non-volunteers". 47 Considering that "the love with which a man loves himself is the form and root of friendship" and"s Aristotle that "the origin of friendly relations with others lies in our relations to ourselves 48 he concluded that though we are not bound. Leviticus 19 and Matthew 22 Summa Theologica, II:II Quaestio 25, Article 4 Nicomachean Ethics.4 1166a1 Scheler, Max (1961). Martin Nowak Karl Sigmund (October 2005). 98 (Pt 2 339359.
Scientific viewpoints edit Anthropology edit Marcel Mauss 's book The Gift contains a passage called "Note on alms". 8 See also Reciprocity (evolution). It is a traditional virtue in many cultures and a core aspect of various religious traditions and secular worldviews, though the concept of "others" toward whom concern should be directed can vary among cultures and religions. The degree to which these principles are practiced is different for householders and monks. It is unclear if costly signaling can indicate a long-term cooperative personality but people have increased trust for those who help. 24 Some definitions specify a self-sacrificial nature to altruism and a lack of external rewards for altruistic behaviors. "Genetic and Cultural Evolution of Cooperation, Chapter 11".