During our lives we help each other: sometimes we help other people, sometimes we are helped by others. But the world is formed so that usually some people mostly help others, and some mostly receive their help.
As you acquire objects, and you use them, you should keep in mind that they are the products of people’s work. When you damage these objects, you damage or destroy the toil, and this part of the life, of other people.
Look at all of your knowledge as a gift, as a means of helping other people. A strong and wise person uses his gifts to support other people.
— John Ruskin
Help should be mutual. Moreover, those who accept help and assistance from their brothers should pay them back, not only with love, respect, and gratitude.