Thoughts from a mind trying to release itself from the ideals of its time.
Same thing for charity, huh?
Without a doubt. Although in other posts I have explored the idea of imagined audiences, especially an imagined omnipresent deity, and also the reality of oneself as audience. In the end, someone is always watching, but it definitely puts an act, be it of bravery or of charity, into another class of traits, if there is no expectation of any other person's witnessing it. People who act in that manner are the ones worth watching.
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