What does "come through" mean in the following two sentences from the internet?
Abundance comes through responsibility and accountability.
In the US, legal adulthood comes at 18, but it is my understanding that adulthood comes through responsibility, tears, laughter, and most of all: parenthood.
I have checked this thread. https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/25459/what-general-rules-govern-the-usage-of-by-versus-through
" Through generally indicates transit from one end of something to another (often, but not always, the opposite end). This can involve literal passage through space or time ("We drove through Texas", "I waited through the night"), or figurative movement through a system or process ("Your request is still making its way through the bureaucracy")."
But is "responsibility" a process?
Taking 1 for example, does it mean you become abundant after you become responsible?