Usually I just read, but I couldn't help but reply to this. You cannot be more wrong about this. It's very dangerous to practice (let alone preach) subjective morality. People don't get rich by luck, it's by design. Masses of people won't agree with me on this, but I'd bet that these same people a) are not rich and b) spend more time complaining about the rich than working hard to make a dollar themselves. I'm not denying that there aren't people who are rich in spite of themselves (or because of their parents). It's been my experience that those who don't earn the money, usually spend it quickly anyway. However, I don't see what any of that has to do with the morality of robbing someone. If you see two dogs, one ugly and one handsome, do you feel it's be better to take the handsome dog's bone? Surely you don't feel that the dog became handsome by working hard? Morality is objective , there is a right and a wrong. Subjective morals are for those who don't want to be burdened with the considerable weight of thinking through situations to reach a logical - correct - conclusion. These people are easy to spot these days, they're the same people who spend much of their time on Kazaa downloading the things that they could never buy themselves. It's okay, though, because they've justified it in they're own silly way. This isn't meant to be a personal attack, I just think that this type of thinking is what causes many of the problems that are prevelant in civilized society these days. If you can tell me why I'm wrong about this, it'd make my life a lot easier... well, at least I'd have a bigger music collection.