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thatbrian

Self-Ownership

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Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, and Milton Friedman have taught me much. There are so many YouTube videos of their talks, it like a feast for the mind.

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You know, even setting religion aside and just focusing on people and their actions, the world would surely be a much better place if everyone practiced a little more self-ownership. I guess maybe it is asking too much, but man that would be a nice break from the norm.

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There is some merit in the belief that all immorality consists of violating the property rights of other but one thing he overlooks is that all property, including us, really belongs to God. When we harm another person we are violating his rights, but even more we are violating God's rights because that person belongs to him.

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There is some merit in the belief that all immorality consists of violating the property rights of other but one thing he overlooks is that all property, including us, really belongs to God. When we harm another person we are violating his rights, but even more we are violating God's rights because that person belongs to him.

 

Yes. Of course, but it wasn't a sermon.

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