Re: Veggie karma
Jun 13, 1998 11:10 AM
by M K Ramadoss
At 05:25 PM 6/13/1998 +0100, you wrote:
>When speaking about ethics, we often seem to take for granted that there
>must exist some universal 'Ethic Code' a set of impeccable rules that we can
>abide to, and thereby becoming some sort of 'moral Adepts'.
>My late friend and teacher used to state that: "there does not exist a
>single 'vice' among humans that has not at some time in some culture been
>considered a 'good deed' or 'right conduct' - and vise versa
>Einar (from Iceland)
In all these matters I keep in mind the famous analogy. A prisoner when he
breaks out of the prison it is considered a crime. He/she will be
prosecuted and punished.
On the other hand, if there is fire in the prison, it is the duty of the
prisoner to break out of the prison and he will not be prosecuted for doing
So in every situation "all" factors come into play when any action takes
place. So who can judge?
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