As a rule of thumb, I do not do spells for friends. One is because I value my privacy and theirs. By doing a spell, I would intimately know their business. Moreover, they have no assurances that I would not do spells against them if an argument breaks out in our group. As for me, I dislike being used as a tool much like a hammer.
Since my objectivity is non-existent, I would naturally want to help my friend. If I do a spell for them. I may enable them to do something unethical. Not only that, I may have prevented them from facing the consequences of their actions.
Therefore if a friend asks me to do spell, I would refuse. However, if they are considering something illegal, I would alert the authorities. If it is something unethical, I would tell them why I think that. Otherwise, I would consider it none of my business, whatever they wanted to do.
Coughlin, John, “Magical Ethics and Pseudo-Metaphysics.” 2017. Web. https://www.johncoughlin.com/writing/magical-ethics-and-pseudo-metaphysics/.
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