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Service or greed?

In charging for a product or service these days it far too often seems that the criterion is, “How much can I make?’ instead of, “How much is fair?” ☺ Advertisements

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The economy.

If one thinks that the economy is more important than people because it provides for people one has to just look at the state of the under privileged in countries with strong, or relatively strong, economies. ☺

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Shooting wildlife.

Shooting wildlife is egocentricity. ☺

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Pointing a gun.

In the middle of the twentieth century, and before, one never pointed a gun at anyone. This was drilled into gun users for the obvious reason that there was always the possibility that it was loaded and that it could … Continue reading

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Life taken by mining.

For every cubic millimetre of earth mined billions of minute living things are destroyed . . . . and observe the capacity of just one excavator bucket! ☺

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If something needs to be done.

If something needs to be done do it – but remember, whether something needs to be done is a decision fraught with difficulty. ☺

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The urge for profit.

This urge is so pronounced that industries which damage the Earth and/or the environment do not act to remedy the results of their misdeeds although, to anyone with a modicum of intelligence, humanity – all life – can do without … Continue reading

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