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September 21, 2006


Chris Yeh

In my book, a responsible adult is simply someone who is now capable of living their life without a guardian.

There is also a level beyond simple responsibility which many children reach, where their love makes life worth living for the people around them.

In other words, one can transcend self-sufficiency and reach a state of voluntary interconnectedness (versus involuntary codependency).

Tim Taylor

Involuntary codependency sounds like a possible name for our new Iraqi military strategy.

Seriously Chris, your comment is brilliant.

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