So I'm thinking about philosophical stuff and it got really complex, so I was perplexed. I don't know if I'm a simpleton, but I do this just for fun. (wow, those things rhymed? lol) So I'm thinking about fairness, and arrived to a clash that I can't get over. You sometimes see this perspective: Give it to the person who needs it more. And also this perspective: Let a person keep what they have earned. So what happens when both perspectives could be applied to the same thing? Isn't this the very basic clashing of socialism and capitalism? Both perspectives make sense, so how do you figure out which is better? It's hard.... I was also thinking about this subject in a scenario where maybe you take an extra peppermint when it says "take one" at the office of Microsoft. Is this really wrong? Yes, it is stealing, but Microsoft doesn't need to save 1c on a peppermint, so it's kind of ridiculous to say it is immoral. In this scenario, it would say "Give it to the person who needs it more." But yet, a lot of people don't like the idea of not keeping what they rightfully earned. I mean, HOW do you figure this out? I can't. To sum it up, I like this phrase I made up: Keep what you worked for or keep what you need more?