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Quote Response The great owners striking at the immediate thing the widening government the growing labor unity striking at new taxes at plans not knowing these things are results not causes Results not causes results not causes This quote makes me feel the desperation that these people must have felt They desperately reached out grabbing at anything that might help them They blamed things on other things not stopping to really figure out what was really happening We have a strong tendency towards seeing the most obvious thing that we think is causing the problem and then just blame it on that We attack that thing until it appears to be gone but then mysteriously our problem remains I think this quality is quite common in humans It is only when we stop to think about what we are really doing that we actually solve our problems During the Great Depression Americans tried to blame their problems on myriad things The President the banks and the stock market were all scapegoats for their time Today we blame our economic issues on trade policies and foreign workers while it is ourselves and our own practices that truly must be examined This theory of responsibility applies to my personal life as well I would be much better off if I attacked the root of my problems instead of the results For instance I have a tendency to not eat breakfast in the morning because I am too lazy to get up early in the morning Because of my laziness and lack of nourishment I tend to get cranky during the day As a result of my crankiness I tend to be rude to my friends As a result of my rudeness they tend to think I am a jerk Because they think I am jerk they are mean to me Now if I was smart I would trace their attitudes all the way back to my laziness
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