joi, 17 septembrie 2015

cautand raspunsuri...

"The individual loses his guilt and exchanges it for infantile innocence; once 
more he can blame the wicked father for this and the unloving mother for that, 
and all the time he is caught in this inescapable causal nexus like a fly in a 
spider's web, without noticing that he has lost his moral freedom. But no 
matter how much parents and grandparents may have sinned against the child, 
the man who is really adult will accept these sins as his own condition which 
has to be reckoned with. Only a fool is interested in other people's guilt, since 
he cannot alter it. The wise man learns only from his own guilt. He will ask 

Who am I that all this should happen to me? To find the answer to this fateful 
question he will look into his own heart."

C. G. Jung, Collected Works, vol. 12, par. 152

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