Tyler wrote:I know the rules are abstract, but where do you drawl the line?
Tyler wrote:Is it wrong livelihood to work in a store that sells intoxicants?
retrofuturist wrote:Greetings Tyler,Tyler wrote:I know the rules are abstract, but where do you drawl the line?
I would suggest for the most part, you're over-complicating it, and by doing so, causing needless worry, guilt and consternation.
Tyler wrote:We all seem to contribute to wrong livelihood for someone in someway somehow. What do you think our responsibility is when money leaves our hands?
Cittasanto wrote:Hi Tyler,
have you thought of an ethical plan?
I know there are some policies and groups who, for all purposes, choose to inverst in companies who are ethical, i.e. no arms dealers, only fair trade...
you may be able to get a plan from such a company, or start investing in such a company oneself?
you don't have to agree with everything a company does, and you can direct yourself in another direction within the company, when possible, and this may have more of an effect than ignoring the company completely.
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