I imagine it's the constant part of the reassurance that's in question. Many people thrive on encouragement at the right times, they don't need it at all (or nearly all, there's obviously some hyperbole at play here) times.
Funny how you admit the letter of the law isn't with you then pompously tell other people they need to see the error of their ways.
If you give a book to a friend, then you no longer have that book. If you give a song to a friend, do you also delete that song from your library?
Depends on your definition of a taker I suppose.
Was Gandhi a taker? Was Jesus?
And lots of great men with great ideas died poor.
And again, I'd say what you're saying isn't at all democratic. Though that's not necessarily a criticism, depending on your worldview.