Consequences, Context, and Excuses

Far too many people seem to think there should be no consequences for their actions no matter what while also thinking other people should face consequences for theirs. I don’t understand this thinking. I was raised to always be prepared for the consequences, good or bad, for my actions, good or bad. I don’t always like those consequences, and there have been times I desperately wanted to avoid them.

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