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Tag Archives: labor
“The person is the clearest reflection of the presence of God among us. To lay violent hands on the person is to come as close as we can to laying violent hands on God. To diminish the human person is … Continue reading
Posted in Essays Tagged christian consumer ethics, christianity, compassion, conscientious consumerism, dignity, fair trade, humanity, labor Leave a comment
develop a plan
– and stick to it! I found last year, as I sought to undertake my Second Hand Year, that setting general guidelines for selection and spending hurt more than it helped. Though that may sound counterintuitive, it turned out – … Continue reading
Posted in Essays Tagged conscience, ecclesiastes, essence, ethics, fair trade, fashion, goals, guilt, human rights, humanity, labor, materialism, meaning, reason, resolution, second hand, shopping, standards, style blogging, thrifting Leave a comment
why it matters
(originally published on leahwise.com) I’ve been burdened by the sentiment above for the past several months. On my old blog, I started a goal called The Secondhand Year whose guidelines demanded I buy as many material goods as possible on … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged accountability, ethics, fair trade, gandhi, labor, living wage, second hand, thrift Leave a comment