Julie Leung: Blame and courage

Julie: “I’m setting a pattern of assigning blame to someone else. First it was Doc’s fault I burned the soup. Then it’s due to Dave that I didn’t make lunch on time yesterday. Next I should blame our architect for designing a desk in my kitchen so that I developed the habit of checking aggregators while preparing meals.”
Julie’s humorous post turns into a perceptive riff on Lawrence Lessig‘s disclosure of child abuse (courageous man) and how pain and wanting to right wrongs can “connect us together,” as Julie says.
A beautiful and meaningful piece, inspired by a hero.