Larry Reborn is a specialist in Biodynamic Medicine at Pies y Bienestar, Calle Pintada 73, Nerja.
Being responsible is something we need to be. The word denotes a certain amount of culpability. It means that there is something we must do although we don´t want to, so we hate the word.
If we look at a dictionary definition it says: able to be given the blame or credit for being the source of something. Generally, it also means worthy of trust, and of course we want to be trustworthy, so does that mean that we are responsible. Maybe, or maybe not. Last month I was talking about the Real Why, as a factor behind any type of situation that will open a door to handle the situation with a minimum of effort.
If we encounter a situation there can be many factors that contribute towards the situation never being resolved. A person who is very overweight may say that he or she will handle it when the summer starts when they are less busy, or when her child is 10 years old and requires less attention. We can make many excuses for not dealing with things that need to be dealt with. That of course is operating on incorrect Whys, but it also means that we are avoiding responsibilities...