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Giving feels better than ice cream

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  • Antony Woods
    Calling it Karma For a University of Pennsylvania study students were asked to carry out a pleasurable activity and a philanthropic activity and note their
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 26 7:37 PM
      Calling it Karma

      "For a University of Pennsylvania study students were asked to carry
      out a pleasurable activity and a philanthropic activity and note their
      responses.

      Result: the afterglow felt by spending time helping another person was
      far greater than that produced when students indulged themselves by,
      say, watching movies or eating icecream."

      (from Reader's Digest Australia May 2004)
    • Antony Woods
      Calling it Karma For a University of Pennsylvania study students were asked to carry out a pleasurable activity and a philanthropic activity and note their
      Message 2 of 5 , Feb 21, 2009
        Calling it Karma

        "For a University of Pennsylvania study
        students were asked to carry out
        a pleasurable activity
        and a philanthropic activity
        and note their responses.

        Result: the afterglow felt by spending time
        helping another person
        was far greater
        than that produced when students indulged themselves
        by, say, watching movies or eating icecream."

        (from Reader's Digest Australia May 2004)
      • antony272b2
        Calling it Karma For a University of Pennsylvania study students were asked to carry out a pleasurable activity and a philanthropic activity and note their
        Message 3 of 5 , Dec 4, 2009
          Calling it Karma

          "For a University of Pennsylvania study
          students were asked to carry out
          a pleasurable activity
          and a philanthropic activity
          and note their responses.

          Result: the afterglow felt by spending time
          helping another person
          was far greater
          than that produced when students indulged themselves
          by, say, watching movies or eating icecream."

          (from Reader's Digest Australia May 2004)
        • antony272b2
          Calling it Karma For a University of Pennsylvania study students were asked to carry out a pleasurable activity and a philanthropic activity and note their
          Message 4 of 5 , Jun 2, 2013
            Calling it Karma

            "For a University of Pennsylvania study students were asked to carry out a pleasurable activity and a philanthropic activity and note their responses.

            Result: the afterglow felt by spending time helping another person was far greater than that produced when students indulged themselves by, say, watching movies or eating icecream."

            (from Reader's Digest Australia May 2004)
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