Gordon Harley poses a moral dilemma.
The main thing about karma seems to be that you get rewarded for the good things that you do and punished for the bad things. So, essentially, you will get back what you give out.
So, how would you judge the following?
A person runs a business. In order to make the kind of profits he wants, he places the manufacturing abroad. The pay is low and the conditions of the workers are poor. When the owner retires from work he uses the money he made to support ‘good causes’.
How would you judge this person’s actions?
How would you behave in the same situation?