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  1. I am more interested in the question of why, when someone thinks that he has known everyone around him and is above it, he asks the question with the words “why people”.�

    What kind of people? All of them? Are you a human being too? Does this mean that you also pass problems on to others? Or, once you know the truth, are you able to overcome it and take responsibility? Are there any other such unique products? Probably, among a billion people, there are a couple of others. Then why start asking “why people”? The question needs to specify who exactly and what problems.�

    There may be deliberate fooling around, sincere stupidity, lack of experience, or vice versa, knowledge of something for many years. An upbringing that didn't involve responsibility, faith, or deception. Or someone else is really to blame, this also happens!

  2. Maybe because not all the problems that arise are the fault of those who are directly affected by these problems?

    Here I am, for example. At my office, the final result depends on the coordinated actions of several people. There are instructions for this, and if you follow them, everything will be perfect. I have a start and end point in this chain. One of the links in the chain did its job incorrectly and therefore I, as the end point, have a problem. And it's not my fault. But I do, because the client asks me, he doesn't care about the rest of the links.

  3. ONLY weak,morally unprotected people can look for the culprits. Strong and confident, wise people talk less,but analyze more, that is, they try to figure out why not so, what methods will be required to avoid conflicts, shouting, scandals and intrigues.They are not looking for someone to blame, but for a way to get out of the tsunami cycle without harming their social circle.

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