Question about Ethics - Allen Stairs responds

I used to always give money to the homeless who asked for it on the side of the road. One day a relative pointed out to me that nearly every time I give to one of the homeless, I or my family gets
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I used to always give money to the homeless who asked for it on the side of the road. One day a relative pointed out to me that nearly every time I give to one of the homeless, I or my family gets something beneficial in return at a later time. It's definitely possible it's all coincidence or confirmation bias, but my question is should I keepI used to always give money to the homeless who asked for it on the side of the road. One day a relative pointed out to me that nearly every time I give to one of the homeless, I or my family gets something beneficial in return at a later time. It's definitely possible it's all coincidence or confirmation bias, but my question is should I keep. . .

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