Why Apathy Sets In

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  1. Hello! Just came across your blog while researching stuff about apathy. You’ve hit the nail on the head here: ‘purpose’ is such a significant issue. And one that stretches to all sorts of levels of apathy.

    I am thinking about it in terms of people being apathetic in choosing blame over responsibility, ie ‘I know there is a problem here, but rather than taking the natural responsibility that comes from observing it (I’m no longer ignorant), I will ignore it and write it off as someone else’s fault. ‘

    Thanks for this, I know it’s old, but hey it’s still relavent and it’s still here! Keep doing what you do.

    1. Andy, you are right. Pointing fingers and blaming others can easily be a way of justifying apathy… i’m glad the post was helpful. And, thank you so much for the encouragement…

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