What one would like for others to do, one should first do it one self!
Bragging about drinking your margarita's at 70 F and "tropics?" Your perception of tropics is about as good as my understanding of your advertised practices...
I happen to know quite a bit about "Bees for Humanity" which operates in the poor of poorest Africa.
I took my breaths in "tropical jungles," where countless others left their breath for good!
For a lot of them, if they would "do by the book" as required, perhaps to them too could, after all those years some flunky suggest, when and how to take their breath?! Now that I would like to see and gladly embrace.
But, telling you about the facts of life and a code of ethics on which much of life in certain situations depends is a waste of MY breath .
I doubt that you will ever venture any further than the safe and easy reach for your margarita and your lounge-chair
Oh yes, it is easy to notice your "more than enough ego !" But, self respect is earned and judged by others - not by one' self. . . .
And years ago, when teaching the poor in a far corner of the world how to switch to more advanced keeping of bees, one coworker turned to me and said: "It's quite refreshing how eagerly and without words this poor creatures gobble up the knowledge? It would be God-sent if we could achieve something similar back home."
How true. . . How true. . . .