Random acts of kindness, and the drive behind them, may be the key to our survival as a species.
Random acts of kindness may not be as unpredictable as they seem, the author argues. In fact, a sense of altruism may be hard-wired into the basics of human nature, and is invaluable to our potential for growth as a species.
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"Survival of the Nicest" by Stefan Klein turns the old axiom on its head: Perhaps being the "fittest" means having an altruistic human nature.