Is it fine to blame destiny or your choices for who you are today?
An old Roman proverb goes, "The fates lead him who will; him who won't they drag." To "blame" fate or destiny or anything other than ourselves and our choices for what happens in our lives is to deny our responsibility.
Yes, it's true....but at times when we are subconsciously aware of it.... It might be okay to blame destiny in order for it to act as condolence and for motivating ourselves... for the betterment. what do you say?
Not sure I follow you. I do acknowledge the "shit happens" factor for which we cannot 'blame' ourselves, but to me that's purely random. It happened. Deal with it. No need for blame.
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