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  1. The situation has two facets.

    On the one hand, it may turn out to be a neurotic person crushed by upbringing, who in childhood and adolescence broke the “psychological backbone”, was forced to ignore his own desires and needs, made an errand boy for his mother, father, teachers and caregivers. And now he continues to fulfill this role in adult life. This cripples a person, poisons the life of him and his loved ones, and requires serious correction. That's what I'm working with.

    On the other hand, a person who is psychoemotionally mature consciously, taking into account their life experience and level of morality, comes to the conclusion that it is necessary to serve people: both relatives and outsiders. He does this out of an excess of his own strength, gets pleasure from it, receives positive feedback. And I'm happy about that )

  2. It's just the truth. So my conscience tells me. To think that you don't owe anyone anything is pride, it is serving evil. We owe it to ourselves, to our parents, to our children, to our friends, to all people, to the world, to God. Such is life.

  3. Imho. Debt comes from gratitude. And gratitude comes from the realization of your happiness and your capabilities. Happiness, on the other hand, seems to stem from the contemplation of the beauty of the world.

    I remember asking myself as a child why I was so lucky to be born(!) a person (!) in a loving happy family, in the best country in the world, in this beautiful world? That's when I wanted to do something for the world.

  4. No one but their parents. Thanks to them, we are given life. They got us back on our feet and gave us a decent education. Despite our eternal grievances , our parents love us for who we are .We are forever in their debt!

  5. Everything that a person thinks about is the result of their life experience. If a person has a heightened sense of duty, then there have been examples of such an attitude towards people in his life. This could be the behavior of his parents or teachers, for example. He may have been taught from childhood that duty is the only way to realize his personality qualitatively. That is, they could teach that good people, in order to be good, must do something for other people. Over time, these stereotypes have become fixed in the human mind due to repeated repetition. Why then do parents and teachers have these stereotypes? They may have lived in other more difficult conditions, when they had to sacrifice something for the survival of the family and society. And so, they grew up, serfdom, war and famine ended, and the habit of giving the most delicious and satisfying piece to the youngest remained. And by doing so, they are setting an example for their children and grandchildren.

  6. Where is he, who is he, this man? Isn't that you, by any chance?” No?

    Well, then I will ask you a counter question: Why does a person think that he DOES NOT OWE ANYONE ANYTHING?

    But each of us owes someone something. And there is no person who owes everything. Any extreme is unreal and impossible anywhere except in fantasy.

    You've come up with something unreal and now you're trying to figure out why it's so unreal. That's really where it comes from?

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