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The_Yoda said:
JuliusHackebeil said:

4) Perhaps with our intelligence comes responsability - we can understand the plight of others in a way nothing else can - so we feel more compelled to help each other than anything else we know of. To act on this responsability is a true reason for me. It always takes some courage, but a few days ago I helped somebody park his car and I still am glad thinking about it. Did not save the world, did not end wars, but it felt good anyways. Not many things feel better than helping. I guess this is one of the reasons why people like to get children. They can devote themselves to helping them make it in life. The ultimate somebody who needs help - a child. Gives meaning to peoples existance since people were a thing. So I guess my advice is: get a child. And if you can't find any, try helping somebody else.

I'm not sure what this says about me but as I was reading this sentence "So I guess my advice is: get a child. And if you can't find any," a part of me really wanted to read " And if you can't find any, they are really pretty easy to take from a playground" I guess I've been on a bit of a dark humor kick lately...

Finaly somebody who gets the essence of what I am trying to say. Just pick one. That is also way faster than making one yourself.