You feel that having kids is morally wrong? Hopefully you don't tell your children that.I'm talking about reoccuring things where you see yourself being morally wrong.
My things would be:
Over consumption I am trying to cut down as far as I can. Meat eater... trying to get better as well, both kids are vegetarians though.
- Over consumption/wasteful
- Meat eater
- Have two SUVs
- Can be prejudice about certain things, like "That person is a racist", just by looks which I am working hard on!
- Have kids (?)
- Drive to much instead of using the bike when I can
Will think more and get back.
It is inherently morally wrong unless the meat is a necessity for you.
If you do not NEED the steak, you are putting your taste for steak over the taking of a life at best, and the suffering and eventual death of the animal at worsed.
Sometimes I feel like I'm lying to the person and company that hired me, maybe someone else was waiting for my position but no, I'm here pretending I like but in the end hate it most of the time. I dont know.
Ok I see where you're coming from. The only thing is I don't consider it immoral. I want to say it's necessary for survival and while maybe it was in the past, you're right I could easily survive without it. So I'll just say I don't disagree if you think I'm immoral for eating meat. I just don't personally find it immoral. Or maybe I do slightly but don't care enough? It is a shitty thing to slaughter another living thing and eat it because it's "yummy"...it's just not something I normally think about. Or think about in that way.It is inherently morally wrong unless the meat is a necessity for you.
For the simple fact it contributes to suffering.
If your action isn't necessary AND it contributes to suffering which by extension is unnecessary, that is immoral.
We should be able to admit these things. We're all guilty here to a degree.
Yeah I'm familiar, I've read Ligotti and Benatar. Just weird to see it keep popping up here over and over again.
Morally wrong from who in this instance? Should her needs be put in the back for another? Are you in the wrong to just take the chance?
Thing is, I think you and most meat eaters do know it's immoral. They just don't care enough.Ok I see where you're coming from. The only thing is I don't consider it immoral. I want to say it's necessary for survival and while maybe it was in the past, you're right I could easily survive without it. So I'll just say I don't disagree if you think I'm immoral for eating meat. I just don't personally find it immoral. Or maybe I do slightly but don't care enough? It is a shitty thing to slaughter another living thing and eat it because it's "yummy"...
Ah I see. I don't think that's really immoral at all though. What is the alternative?? And just in general I imagine a vast majority of people hate their jobs but have to pretend to like it sometimes. It's kind of necessary if you value keeping that job...and so not immoral imo.
Spill it Ishmael!
Have I told you about the people who find 30fps acceptable? You might not be ready for that horror...
It is not a necessity to like your job. If you are doing the work you are paid for you're not doing anything immoral.
Yes it works, I get considerably more matches and if it gets brought up when we meet I say why and they generally don't care (usually because they themselves have done something dishonest like old photo(s), airbrushed/filtered etc) or they just understand. Even though I'm short I've always been OK meeting women IRL, dating apps just make people extra shallow so gotta do what can to get to that IRL meet.
Anybody can be punished, not everyone can be rehabilitated.
Well, you are denying her your precious fluids.
Even bad people?
If God didnt intend for me to do butt stuff then god shouldn't have made it the most pleasurable thing in the universe.
I'm honestly just more impressed than anything else
Would you consider mass rearing, slaughtering and eating 4 year old kids immoral? Because that's pretty much how smart pigs are. YMMV of course.
I used to subscribe to that until I read more about the currently understood, and absolutely wild, depths of quantum mechanics and quantum theory.
I'm not following, people can be murdered too if they fail to comply with societal rules but I don't think most people, at least in this thread, would consider that moral. Just because we can do something doesn't mean we should. If someone with a severe mental issue commits crime but it's determined they can't be "rehabilitated" (definition left open) then is it moral to punish them instead?