Living Well

Posted on: October 29, 2012

Source of Inspiration

It never ceases to amaze me
how we can twist a situation
to lay blame at the feet of
another. “It’s not my fault,”
is our banner cry as we convalute
what happened so that we pump
ourselves full of self-righteousness.

We are a participant in all our
situations. “What might I have
done differently?” and “What can
I learn from this?” can be
powerful questions to ask rather
than waving the flag of
“It’s not my fault!”

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