Is kindness only a moral imperative, or is it a biological reflex? Perhaps it’s a bit of both. Perhaps being kind is merely a necessary behavior to ensure survival. There may be many debates as to its origination and purpose in society. Yet, many would still consider kindness a sign of a healthy society and a highly desired trait in another human being. However, some people tend to display more acts of kindness in their life than others.
They are either admired or considered “too soft” by those who are more selective or those with different triggers for displaying kindness. Multiple factors may contribute to those varying differences, and motivation may be one key reason.
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