Wow, i guess literally everything you say or do, can and will be used against you in the court of public (conflicting) opinion.Giving money to the poor can be viewed as immoral soothing of one's own conscience, much like giving a drink to an alcoholic.
Only by those ignorant of the reality of the unintended consequences, the outright cruelty of a selfish act.It can also be viewed as a great act of kindness.
True, but without the benefit of the doubt we would all be judged as bastards beforehand.Giving money to the poor can be viewed as immoral soothing of one's own conscience, much like giving a drink to an alcoholic. I didn't read about this individual so I'm certainly not passing judgement.
He knew better, or he didn't have any money to give? According to the tales, what he had was level 50 fish/bread/wine conjuring, healing, and exorcism abilities; he handed out plenty of that stuff (pretty much everything he had to give). And then he gave his own life (which probably would have been a more significant gesture had he disabled respawn mode beforehand).You'll find few examples in that work of the protagonist handing out "free money". He knew better.
I would help you but, since @wayneh opened my eyes, I will not help you for your own good.Honestly i don't even know why this argument exists. Are there more people who think this way? How many people really believe that helping others in need is an IMMORAL thing to do?.
If i was the kind if guy who handed out unpurchased thanks, i would thank you for your gracious withholding. But I too am no longer that man. So let's just throw a mutual admiration party where the dress code is a ball gag.
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