Survey: Tsunami victims scavenging for food and supplies

If you were a survivor of the recent tsunami devastation, would you scavenge shops for food and supplies to keep you and your family alive? Is it stealing? Is it ok?

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4 Responses to Survey: Tsunami victims scavenging for food and supplies

  1. Derek Lidbom says:

    I’m disappointed…I expected at least someone. 😀

  2. Josh Creason says:

    No stealing. Stealing bad.

  3. Josh Creason says:

    But, if i’m looking out for my wife’s best interest, then it would be doing her more harm than good for me to go steal food for her to eat. By me doing so, it would keep her from being able to experience God’s provision of some kind for her, cheating her of a faith building experience. (all that is easily said, but if i were in the same situation, i know it would be tremendously difficult not to…look at the “fathers/heroes” of the faith who “provided” for themselves instead of waiting in faith on God….[Abraham, Issac, Jacob, Moses, Saul, David….]).

  4. Ben says:

    Human life is more important than property rights.

    Now looting (for non-essentials) and hoarding are two completely different issues and should be harshly punished.

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