Vale Decem (Farewell Ten) Ad aeternam (On to eternity) Di meliora (The fates be with you) Ad aeternam (On to eternity) Vale Decem (Farewell Ten) Di meliora (The fates be with you) Beati (Oh, blessed he) Pacifici (Who brought us peace) Vale Decem (Farewell Ten) Alis grave (Lay down your burden) Ad perpetuam memoriam (We will remember you forever more) Vale Decem (Farewell Ten) Gratis tibi ago (We give you thanks) Ad aeternam (On to eternity) Nunquam singularis (You are not alone) Nunquam (Never) Dum spiro fido (Trust to the last) Vale… (Farewell…)
Why is it that when people hoard things, they are a scourge on society and when they hoard money, they are job creators? In fact, aren’t the people that buy things the true job creators?
Both the 10 Commandments and the Seven Deadly Sins have no mention of being gay or having abortions. Greed, though, seems to be a biggie. Why do conservatives seem to get that backwards?
At what point did getting sick become a moral failing?
In what way are people who buy and sell paper making a more significant contribution to society than teachers, nurses, firefighters, police officers, mail carriers, artists, etc.?
When did the right to unlimited profit become greater than the general welfare of the people?
Why don’t people realize that there’s no such thing as a “self made man?” Even the most successful and ethical people can thank their parents, their teachers, their siblings, their employees, their customers, the government, their contractors, etc. Without them, they would be nothing. The unethical might want to work on their apologies.
Why is physical labor less important than sitting behind a desk?
Why should people who inherit their money not pay taxes and people who earn their money be taxed at the highest rate?
At what point did we start judging people based on the size of their checkbook rather than the size of the heart?