This moving adventure has been a busy time. One of our sons has been visiting us and he has been a big help in getting some major projects done around the house. Thus, my absence from these pages. I will be returning soon.
Meanwhile, see if you can reason on how it would be possible to determine the degree of generosity in a sample of handwriting. Check the posts about spacing—particularly as respects determining the degree of ease. "Lateral compression" we can call it. Some clues are there if you imagine a tightly squeezed writing. Also consider word endings.
What would be there to show willingness to give more than just the necessary? The indicators show up also in the strokes. Look at the copybook model and pay attention to the word endings. Are they careful and controlled? If so, would that suggest a freeness in giving? Bear in mind that atruistic generosity would not be a self-involved orientation; you could expect to see a balance of forward movement in the final srokes.