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Have you ever met someone who always says “It’s not my fault” and justifies their behaviour and actions by blaming their parents, their boss, their environment but never themselves.

Have you ever known someone who disappears when it’s time for them to help out in their duties towards their family. They give a lame excuse for not being around when they are needed or they simply switch off their phones knowing very well their child is sick, or their spouse needs their emotional support.

Or the person who floods the WhatsApp group with messages with what’s wrong in the condominium, pointing fingers while never once offering to help, take charge or most importantly do something about a problem?

What is it about responsibility that scares so many people? Why do they view it as a burden? Doesn’t it come as part and parcel of being free, isn’t it part of the process of becoming an adult in an interdependent society? Is it something we teach our children? Or are some of us just born more responsible than others? But before all that, don’t we first need to be responsible for ourselves, our states of mind, our thoughts and actions? Is that the starting point? If I am not at peace with myself, how can I bring peace to others?

“When you think everything is someone’s fault, you will suffer a lot. When you realize that everything springs only from yourself, you will learn both peace and joy” Dalai Lama

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