Other people are not your property, redux
Other people are not your property.
In other words: They are not yours to boss around. Their lives are not yours to micromanage. The fruits of their labour are not yours to dispose of.
It doesn’t matter how wise or marvelous or useful it would be for other people to do whatever it is you’d like them to do. It is none of your business whether they wear their seatbelts, worship the right god, have sex with the wrong people, or engage in market transactions that irritate you. Their choices are not yours to direct. They are human beings like yourself, your equals under Natural Law. You possess no legitimate authority over them. As long as they do not themselves step over the line and start treating other people as their property, you have no moral basis for initiating violence against them – nor for authorising anyone else to do so on your behalf.
Someone else's money is not yours to take and do with what you like, no matter how just it would be. You do not own anyone else, nor do you own their property, nor does the government own anyone or their property, nor do the poor own the property of the rich.
You can be as generous as you like with your own money. You can not be "compassionate" or "generous" with someone else's property. That is not generosity. Taking someone else's property is generally called theft.