You shall not steal
This is the seventh commandment from the Bible, and it is not for nothing that thieves are despised everywhere. Yes, and (almost) everyone will distance themselves from it,
because you don't steal. But has this really been understood? What does stealing mean?
Stealing means taking something that belongs to another. Of course, we first think of money, jewellery, cars, clothes and someone else's house and yard.
The legal situation of the people is clearly regulated, whoever takes such a thing illegally will be punished, of course only if he can be caught.
Whether one can simply escape the moral consequences of what you do is the other thing, because karma takes place on another level.
But theft also takes place on other levels. How often do customers go to a specialist store, can be advised in detail in order to buy the cheapest offer on the
Internet with the newly acquired knowledge. Here the specialist salesman is deceived for his success, he is robbed. Anyone who does not pay the appropriate
price for a commodity robs someone, but also anyone who sells their goods overpriced robs someone. Of course, every employer also robs his workers if he
does not pay them a fair wage, but also every worker who turns blue robs his employer.
And what applies to goods also applies to services. No one would come up with the idea to pay the baker only the price of the flour and the yeast if he gets delicious buns.
If someone goes to a tax advisor or lawyer, it is also self-evident that they get money for their advice.
Why should people who help you make your life better do it all for free? Has these people fallen from heaven or given their consciousness and knowledge from heaven,
or have they worked for them with their own work?
We see that stealing is so widespread that we hardly notice it anymore.
You can think about it.