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    Views concerning moral obligation and to what extent is our moral obligation to other people and other living things?

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    Very simply, we have a moral obligation to treat other people the way we wish to be treated. This is very simple in concept but not necessarily simple to do. However, the more we can learn to put ourselves in other people's shoes, the more we can learn to change our thinking. All actions start with thoughts (except reflex actions, of course). Therefore, the real issue is to change our thinking. We must learn to think of others above ourselves. Here's an example. Suppose I wish to sell a car for $5000, but I ...

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