Here's Chapter 6 which includes the first 64-Million-Dollar Questions relating whether or not your accepting responsibility for your situation or blaming others. Hope you like the summary.
Chapter 6: The 64-Million-Dollar Questions: Accepting responsibility for your impasse
The first set of 64 Million Dollar Questions encourage you to challenge such beliefs, assumptions and behaviour, with the following questions: ‘Who are you trying please?’ ’Are you your own jailor?’ and ‘Who’s pulling your strings?’
The chapter demonstrates that no one has put you “in bondage”. You are not as trapped as you think you are, and that you are free to choose to do anything with your life. It shows that you cannot detach the burden of responsibility for your indecision and shift it elsewhere: ’One is entirely responsible for one’s life, not only for one’s actions but for one’s failures to act’.
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