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When you have got through a day, and you look back upon it, there are usually ‘things that went well’ and ‘things that didn’t go so well’ to embrace.  Usually we look with delight at the first category and horror at the second, and that is the end of it.  Sometimes we might ask ourselves why the second happened, and come up with the answer that it was his or her fault.  ‘If they’d only…’  and so it goes.  But this is a useless way of thinking.  Instead, think about how you contributed to those outcomes.  Will you do the same next time?  Taking responsibility for your life is the only way to move on quickly, and make for better outcomes tomorrow.

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Posted by:UpwardJourneys

3 replies on “Who Is To Blame?

  1. “Every time you are tempted to react in the same old way, ask if you want to be a prisoner of the past or a pioneer of the future.” — Deepak Chopra

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