In all seriousness, this was very nice of him and shows a commitment that surprises me. That little girl is going to remember that one of her heroes is a real live person. That's great for a kid. To know that heroes exist. In twenty years she'll be long over her crush but she'll remember that there are great people out there who care about each other. And he's helping her to know what a man is, or what a man should be. I was never fond of Watt. But this was a tender gesture on his part and shows a bit of his human side. He's all right in my book.
"Knowing there is a world that will outlive you, there are people whose well-being depends on how you live your life, affects the way you live your life, whether or not you directly experience those effects.
You want to be the kind of person who has the larger view, who takes other people’s interests into account, who’s dedicated to the principles that you can justify; like justice, knowledge, truth, beauty and morality.