No matter how simple and autonomous our lives are, we are probably benefitting from products that were not created within our communities. Even our immediate production might rely on tools and knowledge that we obtained thanks to people we don't know, located elsewhere. These people are our sources, formed by communities, circles and people like us.
Happiness for everyone implies happiness for our sources. In our natural consumption, we must respect the life, freedom, dignity, and expression of our sources, just as much as they must respect ours as their counterparts. The fairness and success of this remote cooperation relies on decentralization and the distribution of wealth.