Originally Posted by egg
no, that the action of altruisim is a single act that from a person that may on its own not have affect the person its for in the best way possible.
what works for one person and what a person gives may not work for anothers circumstances.
there are of course ways of changing that and passing the altruisim on in a better way i think.
collective altruisim based on different strengths and experience etc.