Don't Tell the Donor has an update on Carlos Slim's philanthropy. The world's wealthiest man makes clear that he is no Santa Claus, nor some bleeding heart philanthropist like Bill Gates. I wonder what Mr. Slim would pay me to improve his morals, or even his sensibility? Whatever I got out of it might not be worth it, particularly if I had to give him a money back guarantee. "Human flourishing" is something even great wealth cannot buy. And there is a critical period, too, in acquiring the capacity for it. After age 25, if the sensibility is crude what you may end up with, if the person is "successful," is an Ayn Rand, a Milton Friedman, an Alan Greenspan, a Carlos Slim. All of which is an excellent argument in favor of good public schools and mandatory education in the liberal arts, here and throughout the world . You just never know what bozo will rise to prominence, so you have to educate them all as a hedge. To teach certain skills to adults you have to break them down, regress them to childhood, and start over. The CIA Interrogation Manual covers the basics, but in the hands of a competent Tutor, the methods can be refined. It would be criminal to have the means of moral reform and not to intervene. The client's immortal soul is at stake.