You might have chosen different wording. Many of us enjoy giving, and will do so generously and often without expecting anything in return, but just are not into giving our opinions for free. Your insinuation that those of us who don't wish to do so "is both selfish and not natural" isn't very nice and actually is a bit offensive (to me). I love giving and doing nice things for people, even people I don't know, but usually companies who are turning a profit utilizing people's opinions in various ways aren't among them. Just because someone doesn't want to give their opinions for free doesn't make them selfish and unnatural. SMH.
Expecting to be reciprocated for everything you do is both selfish and not natural. Most people enjoy giving as well as receiving recognition and gifts.
I apologize for my comment personally offending you or anyone else.
I still stand by my opinion that it is natural to want to be helpful. I also said "for everything" intentionally as to not imply being rewarded is wrong. Most people that truly give are rewarded internally: warms our hearts, improves our being.
I actually won twice. It was $5 bucks!@PaulinMI wrote:
I also won't reply to those Market Force surveys that pop up from time to time. You want me to spend 10 minutes for a one in a million chance at $50 Amazon card? Please.