The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Three and Four pp. 18-39. Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three and Four pp. 18-39. Summary

In Chapter Three, Sam and Laura meet at the Woodley Park Metro station. Laura introduces herself and then suggests to Sam that he is not really helping Fast Eddie by giving him change instead of something that would be good for him. Laura explains how wonderful her brother Andrew is when he carries V-8 juice to give to the homeless instead of giving them money. Sam points out that if a person wants to be charitable, he shouldn't put conditions on his gift. Sam has a belief that the strings attached to charity doesn't help the one helped to learn to be responsible. Laura has beliefs that tell her to save the world by attaching rules to everything. She even says that some people know better than others what is good for someone...

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