It took me a while to learn and internalize what he’s telling Jin. But it made my life much better once I did.
Oh, yes. One of the hardest lessons to learn and yet, looking back, it’s seems so easy. And it has one of the biggest payoffs.
This man is wise. Everybody should learn this lesson from him.
he’s an idiot
no one has total responsibility for anything
everyone has partial responsibility for what happens around them
I didn’t read that anyone has total responsibility in this comic. Not sure where you inferred that. That being said, I DO think people have total responsibility when it comes to their own actions. Outside influences may occur, but in the end it’s up to you to decide, and you have a responsibility to see that decision through. For better and for worse.
Sure, because noone is influenced in any way by any outer sources or circumstances. Sometimes the best option we can pick is the one that’s least shitty in a really bad hand of cards.
One of my button issues. Just when did the person in the Nazi death make the choice to be there? When did the person in the town totally unexpectedly invaded by this group now known as ISIS make the choice that made them unhappy? How is the person affected by the tsunami caused by an earthquake 7,000 miles away responsible for their own happiness through their own choice?
Life is a lottery. Those lucky enough to win the lottery are in a position to make choices that enable happiness. The rest of us are screwed.
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