Apr 2, 2015
New York Observer - Can thinking about death make us more generous charitable givers? Studies seem to suggest it does. One found that just standing near a funeral home increased people's philanthropic intentions. And, remember Ebenezer Scrooge? After his encounter with a ghost—who points a bony finger at a tomb on which his name is engraved—Dickens' famous miser becomes the soul of generosity.
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