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Seneca details the good and bad behavior of those who receive benefit from others. He argues that you can give some one help and do them more harm than good by how you give and what you give. The receiver of the benefit also has a duty to pass on the benefit in their own way and to ameliorate the harmful benefit to the best of their ability. He also explains the levels and rewards of benefits.