Just finished to this.
It’s an interesting discussion, and goes to something that one of the shows I’ve been listening to is worried about…where companies providing credit are concerned more with lending standards based on odd factors.
Lenders should be able to do whatever they want to do. Government shouldn’t get involved with it at all.
Governments are not stakeholders. They might, now, be shareholders, due to the reckless monetary fiddling that’s been going on.
But when you try to do things you think are valuable to others at the point of a gun, you are an immoral person.
There was one guy I worked with who constantly would do unethical things in business, and justifying them by saying they’re not immoral.
I’m still completely befuddled as to how you could make such a justification. You have to live with what you did, and whatever mental anguish comes from those actions.
Tying it back to the discussion of the debate — regardless of whether you make a big profit, or lose money, you have to think about what harm your actions might have caused someone else.
I’m okay with most of the things I’ve done. I am confident that if someone examined how I’ve lived, most people would not take major issue with my choices. I do think that I’ll be rewarded for that, but I may never see it. I think that the people I love, and the people who care to ask me about it, share my view.
I’ve never set out to harm anyone.
Primum non nocere. If you don’t agree, that’s fine. You can leave. If I’m not wanted, I’ll do the same. *shrug*
I made it through the long week, and find myself ahead for all of my medical stuff towards the end of next week, as well as Monday of the following week.
Focus is fleeting now, so I’m going to stop.