An interview with Dr. Fleet Maull on Radical Responsibility
Freedom is often something we say we want, with the implication being that we don’t have it. We aren’t free, because of x, y, or z. Then we look outside ourselves to find fault, laying the blame for our situation (whatever that may be) out there. When nothing changes, the ego is safe in the notion that the situation isn’t our fault. The means to change it isn’t in our hands. So, the cycle continues. The realm of possibility isn’t entered.
What is possible, though?