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Subject: Re: Can altruism, benevolence be taught? Date: 12/6/2006 5:02 PM
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What are his interests?

Odee


Frankly, guitar (being in a band), sex, alcohol, smoking, hanging out being cool, and general rebellion. Sometimes he'll spontaneously do unexpectedly generous things, but it's inconsistent, at least to me. I haven't quite figured out what triggers his latent compassion (yes, I'm really hoping I can draw out that latency!).

I know he has some other interests, but not sure how much and how far? Those are his primary interests of late.

Your social services office may even have list of local charities that need assistance of all sorts.

Yes, there's a lot of potential here. I was originally thinking of the homeless facility which services only adults, but I'm starting to realize that perhaps I should target more agencies that work with families and children.
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