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  1. If you get sick on the street, should passers-by help you? Or even not bad, but just you are one, while there are many of them-should they not beat you up and take away all your things? And this is a lot in a lot of situations, you don't even notice how people fulfill their duty to each other, although they might not.

    A person doesn't owe anyone anything if they're dead. And even then there are all sorts of cases.

  2. Imagine that you turned 18, went to university, and your parents bought you an apartment with a mortgage for 15 years. Nice apartment, close to the university, at a preferential loan rate (conditionally, inflation +1% per annum).

    You have registered for yourself, because you still have no income and there is nothing to take except a scholarship. Question: Do you have to pay this debt when your income becomes sufficient?

    Let's take a more general case.

    From the earliest childhood, parents and all relatives constantly talk to the child. If this is not done before the age of 5, he will simply never become a person again.

    So we were all born with great wealth in the form of our native language and access to world culture. That's what made us human. Do we need something in this life? Raise a son, raise a daughter?

    We got a genetic and cultural code. A huge set of algorithms. We are required to pass on this baton and, if possible, add our own conditional 1%. Just honestly test, build and transmit a working configuration, add documentation, scripts, or a new module-it's not so important. That's the way the world works.

  3. The debt category is one of the most difficult categories and is often accompanied by various speculations. The state insists on the duty of a citizen. Society is talking about debt. People use this concept, insisting on the existence of debts in relation to them and rejecting (or reducing) their own debts. �

    I think that in its purest form, the debt implies the need to return what was taken, to fulfill the agreement in one way or another. Everything else, with all the attractiveness of motives, incentives and various considerations, is from the evil one.

  4. I was brought up partly in a boarding school and therefore I can judge on behalf of abandoned children (people).

    Please believe me: if you have the opportunity to fulfill your parental duty, just do it. Let's develop full-fledged, kind souls. And you will be rewarded (I'm not talking about religion right now). These souls will repay you if it is considered a debt to you… And some of you, as burdensome, will be attributed to

    Fujiyama… 😄

  5. Following social, moral and ethical considerations-absolutely must. Society is a well-coordinated mechanism in which each of us is a cog. In order to live comfortably among our own kind, we must interact with them not only by taking something, but also by giving it to society. Of course, you can not give anything away, no one has the right to force you to do it, but do not be surprised if in this case the social organism rejects you as a defective useless part.

  6. How Shilo Gvoril “From a sense of duty and fuck in time is not long “

    And so, all that is described above is not a “duty” to someone, these are things that rely on your conscience and morality .Can you get past the dying man ?Won't your conscience torment you ?

    There are people who will pass by the dying person without a twinge of conscience ,and there are those who will then suffer all their lives if they pass .

    So ,there is no ” duty “, there are only your boundaries of contact with society .

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