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I'm joining Service Space because ... I loved it when I heard Nipun

A good day to me is when ... I am in leisure

My hero in life is ...My master Guruji Rishi Prabhakar

My favorite book is ...Importance of Living

One thing I'm grateful for is ... My breath

The Altruism Debate

Apr 13, 2017, 1 comments, 3 smiles [An inspiring passage from Adam Grant's book, Give and Take.] For nearly forty years, two of the world's most distinguished psychologists have locked horns over whether the decision to give can be purely altruistic, or whether it's always ultimately selfish. Rather than debate philosophy, each has come to battle wielding a deadlier weapon: the psychological experiment. The defendant of pure altruism is C. Daniel Batson, who believes that we engage in truly selfless giving when we feel empathy for another person in need. The greater the need, and the stronger our attachment to the person experiencing it, the more we empathize. When we empathize with a person, we focus our energy and attention on helping him or her -- not because it will make us feel good but because we genuinely care. Batson believes that although some people feel empathy more intensely and frequently than others, virtually all humans have the ... Read Full Story