When I was about 30 years old, my youthful idealism was shattered when I learned firsthand that people who give of themselves, their possessions, time, and assets, even their opinions, do so NOT for totally unselfish reasons. There is always *some* benefit of meaning to the giver, being accepted in return. The Shermans are no different from anyone else, other than they had enormous wealth. Given the same circumstances, I would surely hope that my family would spend whatever it took out of my wealth, to find the truth. jmo.