BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, January 20th, 2016 by Todd Rundgren

“It’s fairly common for people to go through their lives with someone to blame: “My Jewish guilt,” or “‘My parents,” or “Society made me do it.” There are any number of conditions as to why your life didn’t turn out the way you intended it to. My whole philosophy has always been that there is no way to change anything in the world if you don’t have the capacity to change yourself. Therefore, if you’re not satisfied with the way the world is, of if you think the world can be better, you have to figure out a way to know yourself and better yourself. Then you have the assurance that something in the world has improved.”

Todd Rundgren

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