We've forgotten how to take blame for our actions - Independent.ie
“Everything from fatness to school marks and career advancement must always be someone else’s fault. In fact, the concept of an accident is disappearing from our collective consciousness. If you fall over on a street made slippery by dead leaves, then someone should have swept them away. If you fall off a cliff, someone should have warned you by putting up a notice warning that it is too far to jump.” We’ve forgotten how to take blame for our own actions.