We want a different world but what we are doing because what happens? Before purchasing a product we should be asking questions, looking that behind that product there hasn't been no labor exploitation or environmental. Buy local products avoid aggravating the pollution of goods travelling from one side to the other of the planet. Buy fair trade goods will help manufacturers to ensure their right and improve their economic conditions. We could also self-produce many of the things we need, recovering a manual ability that is being lost. In a world with limited resources, buy less things but quality or also don't buy at all. This beautiful Gandhi's speech taken  from "Speeches and Writings of Mahatma Gandhi, 4th  Edn., pp384-85"  It makes us reflect. " I suggest that we are thieves in a way. If I take any thing that I do not need for my own immediate use, and keep it, I thieve it from somebody else. I venture to suggest that it is the fundamental law of Nature, without exception, that Nature produces enough for our wants from day-to-day, and if only everybody took enough for himself and nothing more, there would be no pauperism in this world, there would be no man dying of starvation in this world."

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