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Giving thanks isn't just a holiday tradition. It's part of how humans evolved

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By MADDIE BURAKOFF

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If you like me and do nice things for me, then I like you and do nice things for you…

In other words, I should be unselfish in order to benefit myself later which makes me…selfish. Once you wipe away the gobbledygook from the article above that morality is due to evolution, that claim being false becomes readily clear.

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"If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is Thank You, it will be enough" – Meister Eckhart

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In other words, I should be unselfish in order to benefit myself later which makes me…selfish.

You would only be considered selfish if your unselfish behavior to others was done deliberately to benefit yourself. I'm sure there are people like that, but they are probably not the majority.

gobbledygook from the article above that morality is due to evolution

What would you say it was due to?

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