Today I want to share with you a text of Albert Einstein who is located at the end of my reflection, I relate it with the crisis being experienced by the world currently, although at the same time it has to do with many crises that we live every day in our lives. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Howard Schultz. Somehow we all have participation in these social and personal crisis and we must find ways to resolve them and walk them. Note that this stance gives us power. From the position of victim, live circumstances as a divine punishment. We disagree but we can bear that touches us, we remain in a zone of comfort and paralysis. What is the benefit we gain from this stance? He feel innocent, because we can zafar (get us blame above), because we culpabilizamos something external (person, country, etc.).
What is the price we pay from this stance? Impotence and be simple spectators of what happens. We see the problem from the outside while we feel that we can do nothing because we are convinced that the problem is outside, external to! us! Some conversations that are heard or think from this position are I am so the situation is becoming worse and we can do nothing live wishing, waiting for (hopefully, I would, I hope, I wish) others are guilty I am the result of what happens outside to weigh that many times if we are victims of what happens, stay without end in this pessimistic emotion that causes is that we install in a steady mood of resignation without any possibility of change. We respond reactively, re-accionando to external stimuli, hoping to pass out something magical that will change our situation to newly us do something. And with this way of looking at reality does not take long to reach the resentment, which continues and still draining our energy and personal power. There is another position from which we can stop us and the position of RESPONS (H) reliability, i.e.