What is the true cost of our economy? The GDP goes up and is that it? People like purchasing, this is our human nature. Especially for women, most of time we just can not help buying things. But have you ever asked yourself, do you really need them? I bought many many clothes, but the truth is that I just wear some of them, and the rest are lying in my wardrobe since the day that I bought them. I am wasting my money and the resources, and the most awful thing is that I am killing people. People in developing countries make cloths for people in developed countries, and they suffer a lot. Thousands of people die from the chemical poison, the collapse of the factories, and they commit suicides. When it comes to the question “Do you feel ashamed when you wear these cloths while the people are suffering?”, an American woman answered, “No, because they are doing their jobs.” I am not surprised of this answer, but the thing is that everyone should take responsibility for this issue, not only the company owners, but also us, consumers. No trading, no harm. In life, people have problems, and the way to solve problems is consumption. We feel that the more we process the richer we are, but it is not true. Even if we own everything, if we are empty inside, we will still feel lonely and vacuous. We should buy what we do need and give other people a chance to have a life. As consumers, we should resist those products which are made by people’s blood. No trading, no harm.