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It seems more and more that people are not held accountable for their actions. We frequently see this lack of action in politics.  I saw an article about an island off the coast of Georgia. It was about a nineteen year old boy who was left for dead outside of a hospital.  He is recovering. However, the boys that did this extreme harm to him come from wealthy families so the article clearly stated that they are not being held accountable.  What I don’t understand is the thought process these boys have to harm another person their age.  It goes way beyond bullying. If you try to reach into their minds, what do you see?  I see spoiled brats who believe they can get away with anything, do whatever they want without facing the consequences.  We are all responsible for our actions except for the ever increasing number of individuals who believe otherwise. There are numerous articles on the internet about narcissists.  People often comment that they are never held accountable for their actions.  They are so adept at lying that people believe them.  They almost always claim to be a victim which lends sympathy to whatever conning they are attempting. Doing the right thing was something we all grew up with  as part of our standards.  Maybe it is a lack of standards. I am not really sure. I have only knew a few people in life who behaved in this manner.  What strikes me is that all of them were liars, cheaters and thieves.  They had so many excuses that after awhile you automatically knew what their next excuse and lie would be.  Dr. Joe Vitale said in a short video yesterday that we all know what they right thing is but that is simply a question of doing it.  He is right. In the Good Gus series doing the right right is a phrase that is on the first page of everyone of my books. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Coming soon audio and videos for the Good Gus series on YouTube! Digitizing for all the books are available now!  “Misplaced Trust” is now available on Amazon in e-book form. It is also available digitally at

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