While Elation is gone, Thorg and I will be updating daily (I know it's not as frequent as usual).
Today's topic: Altruism!
I'd say that altruism practically never occurs in real life, as there is always some form of reward for the benificent behaviour. Even if there is no form of external reward, such as money or praise, there is the internal reward of the 'feel-good factor' for having helped someone. Therefore, it is almost impossible that someone should exhibit completely selfless behaviour.
What do you think?