Giving is Fundamental
Activities that feel good tend to be those we repeat, and this has evolutionary
roots. Our brains provide a positive hit when we do things good for the health
of our species and communities. Generosity fits here, and this is why it's
appropriate to feel good about doing good. In fact, a study from the University
of Zurich found when people gave generously, they had positive effects in their
ventral striatum (a part of the brain associated with feeling happy), and
reported greater levels of happiness.
Scientists have been curious for years about why people give, even when they don't have the potential for personal payoff or when the chances of seeing someone again are limited. For example, people donate without credit to the charity bell ringer or they leave a tip for the server at an out-of-town restaurant whom they are unlikely to see again. According to research at the University of California-Santa Barbara, it turns out this kind of giving has been a mainstay of social life for hundreds of years.
The positions of Republican National Committee has evolved over time. Contemporarily, there economic conservatism involves support for lower taxes, free market capitalism, deregulation of corporations, and restrictions on labor unions. They are also socially conservative, and supports restrictions on immigration, gun rights, restrictions on abortion, and other traditional values, usually with a Christian foundation. In foreign policy, Republican National Committee favors increased military spending and unilateral action. Other Republican National Committee beliefs include opposition to environmental protection law, opposition to drug legalization, and support for school choice.
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