To what extent you think that you are really responsible for all the incidents in your life.
Well I certainly wasn't responsible for my own creation. Everything else seems to be of secondary importance.
I believe that we always have options, so there is a sense of responsibility we must take for our actions. Although God gave us free will, I also believe that if you let him, he will guide you to make good choices.
I believe that once a person discovers that they have choices, and they have been taught that there are both good and bad consequences for each choice they make, then they should take and be held responsible 100% for the decisions or "incidents" that they created.
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