Pay It Forward

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Whenever we receive a gift, one of the actions we want to do is pay it back. We want to also do the same to the same person who gives it to us.

There’s no problem with that totally. But, sometimes the intention behind paying back is not to share the gift but to pay it back. You give me something, I give you something too. I think that’s the classical cause and effect model. Maybe, another model would be, you give me, I give to other…

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