I understand this text to be about the attitude one brings to an action, not about the action itself. The author doesn't say "Don't help people in need", but "Before assisting/supporting/helping someone, do yourself and the other person a favor and double-check your intention, because receiving help/support from somebody who truly knows their own humanity and the helped person's wholeness is a lot more fun".
On Jul 12, 2020Caryl Sweet wrote :
I love thisresponse. You have absolutely captured the spirit of the issue.