You see, here's the problem. You and I disagree on the order of manliness vs. hard work. You say that the hard work makes you manly. I, however, say the manliness makes the hard work. You see helping others without your fists as being weak, not something a real man would do.
I'm saying that people need to be born knowing how to work hard. God knows half the people on this planet haven't worked hard in a day in their life. But if everyone was manly, we wouldn't have that problem. If everyone had the passion to do their part, to play their role and not slack off, this world would be golden. The little girl would still have the berries, but she would have grown them herself. And you know what? There are a lot of us that need to be told to walk off our injuries. But that doesn't mean she couldn't still help.
Who cares if it wouldn't be special anymore? Being GAR is not about self entitlement. You don't just go out and do things just for the sake of being manly. You do it because if feels right.