I have evolved in my life to the point where I am comfortable with owning all of my thoughts, actions and consequences. If I do something that turns out well, modesty will sit quietly beside me as I smile . . . and take full credit and glory for the spectacular thing that I have accomplished.
The other half of fully owning my actions is that when I royally ruin something . . . When I do something that turns into a big disaster . . . I will not spread blame to any of the people or situations that may have helped to create the disaster along with me . . . If I started it, and I caused it, even if an evil henchman pushed me into it or lied to me to cause me to do something regrettable . . . It was still me who did it, and I will own it. Without my actions, it would not have happened, and I will say or do whatever it takes to make amends and correct as much of the disaster as I can, and accept any and all blame and consequences from my actions.
Director: Richard Thorpe
Stars: Wesley Barry, Judith Barrett, Pauline Garon