But, you're not attacking gluttony; you're attacking eating. If you only mean to attack the first, then you need to qualify your statements better; and provide a definition of gluttony.Essentiall you will have to set up your own system, but the fact that there exists a limit should be knows, glutony is not nice, as I hope I have already explained.
And the definition of gluttony is one that varies so widely it's telling to see where one puts it- is buying Ghiradelli chocolate gluttonous, due to its cost per pound? Or is gluttony just a matter of caloric intake? Is gluttony an absolute value (like, say, 3,000 calories a day), or is it based off an average (i.e. eats more than two significant figures more food than an average person of their height and exercise level)?
But those psychologists, while wanting to wean me off using material goods to feel better about myself, can certainly measure the impact it has on me. Most psychologists will say that agoraphobia is unhealthy; that doesn't mean they just tell people "don't be afraid of leaving your home" and leave it at that.I think most psychologist will say that Gold Jewelry to feel good about how you look would hardly be very healthy.
Or they've just set their standards rather low.But certainly I would never claim to be perfectly moral, nor anything near it, as anyone who claims so is full of shit
The goodwill in your heart won't feed people; the wheat bought by a robber baron will.as the spirit of charity will really do more good than large sums by some individuals.