As per the Spanish philosopher Ortega “una vida en disponibilidad es major negacion de si misma que la muerta..”
Translated: “A disposable life is a greater negation of itself than death”
In this sense, Ortega (like Sartre) argues that we have a “moral necessity to commitment to a definite project”, that is, our actions define who we are and it’s not so much the action that counts as the commitment to it.
Such philosophy also considers all commitments to be morally equivalent, so long as action is taken. Huh… Does anyone else see a problem with that?