Tag Archives: response-ability

Meaningful Accident

At 3:15 yesterday while driving south down Derech Hebron shortly before the right turn into Gilo in Jerusalem a car stopped suddenly and I banged into it. Soon after, the car behind me banged into me, and shoved me again … Continue reading

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What makes responsibility feel good?

In answer to “Unpopular Psychology” from yesterday’s post… At a Bar Mitzvah I attended a few days ago a good desert was served and I have to admit I indulged. My macrobiotic cousin didn’t eat a thing and I felt … Continue reading

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Response-ability

It’s significant that Frankl calls responsibility “response-ability.” If we never read Frankl’s writings we would simply say that responsibility is an obligation that stands and confronts you. If you fail to fulfill your obligation you’ll suffer the consequence. You’ll be … Continue reading

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Life is a task

As soon as we make the choice of saying “I’m not a victim” we’re on the path of growth. It’s only through the process of what we do when we take the opportunities God gives us for spiritual and emotional … Continue reading

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Ten ways to read in between the lines of life’s meaning

(a continuation of “Life is what happens in-between the lines”) From the youngest age you can recall: Will to meaning: What stimulated your curiosity? – or – What did you always seem to be seeking again and again? Ultimate meaning: … Continue reading

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Becoming a tissue provider

One day we were in the car my daughter asked if anyone had a tissue and I jokingly answered that I must have been absent from class that day when they taught it in school. I never have tissues on … Continue reading

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Blocked Car

Someone blocked my car again, only this time it caused me to miss an appointment with a client. This is a good example of how different orientations of belief will yield different feelings. I could have been the kind of … Continue reading

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