Learning that you are responsible for both what you take inside, and how you interpret and make use of what you take inside—it does not mean that you are no longer responsible for what you send out to be taken inside by others. You can be a stimulus that elicits either good or bad: You choose all the signals you send out.
Yes, it is true that others are free to respond to what you send out, according to their own choices—regardless of what you send out to hook them, tempt them, pressure them, or to cause a predictable response in them. But does that mean you should intentionally make it difficult or challenging for people to respond peacefully? Yes, you can try to annoy or hurt others to feel power and pride, but there are better options for the mature.
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