Money is amoral, and all that means is that money is neither good nor bad. It’s the possessor of money who has a moral position and therefore, his/her morality affects how money is used. Money doesn’t have an independent nature: it simply behaves likes its owner. How many times do we hear people say “Money … Continue reading Money and Morality
Have you ever run into one of those guys selling a Rolex wristwatch on the streets of New York City for $25? If you bought one of those, you didn’t buy it because you thought you were actually buying a Rolex; at least I hope you’re not that gullible. Now, let’s say you buy a … Continue reading Are You An Authorized Dealer?
There is a reason sports teams are expected to win home games. They have more fans supporting them than their opponents do; they have more people rooting for them to win. It’s also their territory: they train in this weather, they live here, and they habitually practice on this court or field. They know the … Continue reading Do You Have A Retribution Plan?