Tag Archives: ethics

Older and, maybe, wiser

It seems I am getting more militant the older I get. My ethics are finally crystallizing and I’m consciously trying to live within those boundaries. Thankfully I have not gotten to the point where I judge others because they have … Continue reading

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So. Many. Ethics.

I went out with one of my dear friends yesterday and we had a lovely time. We went to lunch at a place called Jason’s Deli. It’s a chain but their salad bar is all organic, their prices are very … Continue reading

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The ethics of cheap

I’ve been thinking about the ethics of cheap goods since I read that last book, Cheap. She pointed out some truths that I hadn’t wanted to think about. Cheap goods are often made in China or the developing world where … Continue reading

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Book and an ethical dilemma

Sorry I haven’t been around much this week, sickness has struck the house. Just colds but everyone got it, one after the other. So, I’m in the middle of The Omnivore’s Dilemma and it’s just as good/horrifying as Food, Inc. … Continue reading

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Ethics and organics

I’ve been thinking about this lately and the slogan in our area is, “buy fresh, buy local”. The problem is, local doesn’t mean organic. I am lucky enough to have an organic farm about half an hour away where I … Continue reading

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