Isn't most everyone incredibly immoral and selfish?
I often times think that all the money we spend on things we don't need is immoral because we could be saving so many lives by donating to good charities or by choosing a job that benefits the people who are worst off (nearby and abroad).
I also tend to think that everyone knows it but we ignore those thoughts mostly because it's uncomfortable. We want tasty food, deserts, nice clothing, nice vacations, furniture, gardens, beauty products, etc. So it's selfish.
Of course, some people believe that they earned what they have and so should be able to spend the money however they want, but think of the billions of people who won't ever have the opportunity to earn anything near what people in developed countries have? You didn't earn it all, most of it was luck.
What do you think? Seems to me that everyone chooses a minimal increase in pleasure and comfort every day over deciding to help those who are in desperate need. Which is immoral and selfish.