The Blame Game

Published July 18, 2017 by tindertender

She looked, and saw that the other female appeared to have everything SHE ever wanted. She was angry, she lashed out and blamed the other for her own misfortune.

Why is it such a wide spread habit for people to project their anger on others? Others are not responsible for anyone’s perception of lack, or whatever they perceive is in error in their lives.

Why is it such an ingrained habit for some to avoid looking within and ask themselves the hard questions?

Good habits are turning the thought or statement one might feel toward another around, directing it at oneself instead. Difficult? Yes. Uncomfortable? Yes. Necessary? Yes. If we are serious about wishing to grow more love and harmony in the world, this is exactly what we’ll do.

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