Virtue is its own reward
This page is about the saying "Virtue is its own reward"
When we do something virtuous or good, we don't need any reward or compensation. The knowledge that we have done good is reward enough.
virtue (noun) = a quality that most people consider to be morally good or desirable in a person | reward (noun) = a gift or payment in return for something done
If you believe that "virtue is its own reward", after returning a €100 bill that you found to its owner you would expect
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Contributor: Josef Essberger