Altruism - Poem by Louis Borgo
To gain a yard is to gain a mile simply symmetry but I heard acre is a mile in each direction so they say one man can’t save the world but when come in numbers can you say the people spoke?
Every Generation will have to fight for freedom did we inherited freedom or was we given it quote the Raven every more.
Me as a man I read I study I occupation the thought of peace. Some say when you speak peace sign of weakness I tell you a man eyes can tell you his journey it is difference between living and speaking those words.
Question, people live and people die but do anyone care to remember you how would like to be remember?
My Young Brother My Brother no matter your color race or creed I consider you my young brother
No I’m not a man lacking wood but would you like to hear my full story.
Altruism- Altruism in biological organisms can be defined as an individual performing an action which is at a cost to themselves (e.g., pleasure and quality of life, time, probability of survival or reproduction) , but benefits, either directly or indirectly, another third-party individual, without the expectation of reciprocity or compensation for that action.
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