The Blame Game

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“Be the change that you wish to see in the world”

These are the most inspirational words delivered by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our Nation (INDIA)

The world is a container of indefinite kinds of people, among which thoughts of all are unmatched. Though one thing that all men have in common is the habit of blaming others….

Blaming is the easiest way that we all know will help us from getting out of troublesome situations. But it is a question we should all ask ourselves “Is it really something we should count on”? NO…we blame others for the wrongs they have done and expect them to make it right.

Blaming has now become a habit of everyone and has become a part of our daily lives. This is something we should be worried about because the only man who is responsible for something you determine as wrong is no other than you because you did not do anything to stop it from happening. If you want to make things right, then you need to take initiative and perform, even if you can’t, the best way to contribute is by motivating others.

Don’t blame others for the wrongs they did, instead convert those wrongs into rights or at least do your bit.

“Take responsibility, be the leader the world needs, inspire the youth and make the world a better place.”

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20 thoughts on “The Blame Game

  1. True. To blame is to escape from responsibilities. It is a psychological move that man takes to console himself( you are wrong and thus i am right! Game over) . Your Thoughts strike the right chords.thank you🌸😊

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  2. Hi Clifford,
    It was great to see you had enjoyed some of my posts, thank you for following. It’s exciting to connect with so many different people 😊
    You have some very good points to make and write about them well, they make for some good reading and always leave me thinking a little harder about my own behaviour. Well done! Looking forward to more.
    Have a blessed weekend πŸ™‚

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