Do our actions determine our lives?

John Gardner writes in 1970  in “Grendel,”  his book which uses the monster from the ancient poem Beowulf as its antihero, ” And even if, say, I interfere,  burn up somebody’s mead hall, for instance whether because I just feel like it or because some suppliant asked me to–even then I do not cha

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/dreaming-freud/201806/do-our-actions-determine-our-lives

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