“Men at some time are masters of their fates; the fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” ( Julius Caesar)
Many times, we tend to take the easy road and blame others instead of taking responsibility for our actions. Nobody likes to feel guilty, ashamed, a failure … it is normal to want to feel good, even when feeling good will deny reality and will become an excuse to blame others.
We are masters of our fates … I truly believe that; however, I also believe in a higher purpose – the one designed for our spiritual and soul’s growth. I believe that we are not underlings, subordinates, inferior, unless we allow ourselves to feel that way.
Obama’s State of the Union speech last night resonates to that truth. As a nation we have to realize that each one of us has a life to live responsibly, and to show for, and many roles to play in it – father, mother, writer, daughter, son … Each one of us has a responsibility to this nation, to the world, to the planet, to our jobs, our family, friends, and loved ones. Blaming others and playing underlings roles is not the way the United States of America came to be.