The Huron chief is the judge between Hawkeye and Magua's situation. Hawkeye makes the case against Magua, saying that he is greedy like the French and will continue to steal and wreak havoc upon others. This clip illustrates the Great Law of Peace established by the Iroquois Constitution, as five Native American tribes came together in harmony.
After a trip to the store filled with Brother and Sister's begging for treats and toys, Mama and Papa sit them down for a talk. They discuss the importance of not wanting everything, and perhaps thinking about others. When their grandparents come to visit, they revisit a story of how Papa used to be greedy as a child too.
The Dream Machine is a machine that gives people what they want at the cost of the environment. A village discovers it and it changes how they act towards others and material wants as well as causing them to have a disregard for home and surrounding environment.
Eddy commits an unselfish deed by replacing a dead bulb on a Christmas tree, prompting Santa to deliver presents to all of the kids in the cul-de-sac. It is clear that one selfless act isn't enough to change his character, however, as he takes everyone's presents for himself.