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So atheists is your answer right?
Don't be diplomatic.
Psst: I am an agnostic myself and no matter how hard I try, I cannot seem to make sense out of religion.
I wasn't being diplomatic but rather just saying it's human nature to help someone in trouble. The other stuff I stated illustrates how even religious people may not always live according to their own doctrine.
Ok, Thanks bro :)
When one does it for the 'reward', that isn't really kindness don't you think?
I agree with the inconsistent moods statement though. It's very true. People are more likely to help someone out when they in a jovial mood.
People are naturally selfish, and we do things for others in return for something. The reward for helping others could be a 'thank you' or a praise or even karma.
Thank you for your insight Levi.
Based on just this as in based on the question itself? Well, ok.
So you think it depends on the person's morals rather than his religious or non religious inclination right?
Basically yes because there is different religions and different meanings of religious people and I know some who are atheist and religious and both can be kind hearted about certain things and what not!