"It is man's intrinsic and irreducible self-responsibility to humanize himself, to exercise his entire range of rational and moral resources to raise his mode of being and seeing and acting above not just that of animals, but also above that of the majority of subhuman (never to be self-realized) humans who will never draw themselves into a self-punishing position of focal self-diagnosis and self-acountability."
Today, man commits a mistake but puts the blame on someone else or to his situation. He doesn’t think twice in saying that we were forced to take such decision because of the laid circumstances. Why to blame a situation? Why not to blame your attitude? Why not question your sense of sensing and perceiving the condition? He points out the idiocies of others, but fails to see his own stupidities. Man speaks and read about so many good things and never fails to call it as a part of his personality. But the irony is, he always fails when it comes to actions. What is the use of reading good books like “How to be a winner” if you haven’t learned the basic theory of how to be a winner in your own eyes. Was it read just to speak fancy statements in public? Your own actions finalize and overwrite your sayings and thoughts. Even if you give a thought and look back at your deeds, you yourself will get each and every answer. Try and justify that whatever you have done to others was it always “kind and human”? Most of the times, we simply do not pay attention to our inner-self to cross check our deeds and the reason can either be of the two options. First is: we already know that we have participated in a wrong behavior irrespective of the fact that only mistakenly mistake was committed or that time situations lead to our thoughtless behavior by jamming our wisdom. Second is we just don’t wish to make ourselves feel low and thus escape the past mistakes and say “jo hua so ho