Whenever something bad happens, a tragedy, accident, mishap, or whatever, we as humans rush to place blame on the cause of said misfortune.

It’s easy to blame someone, something, or circumstance. It’s much harder to accept full responsibility and admit that we’re at fault.

A huge part of maturity is the ability to admit when you’re wrong and fessing up to it. Not easy. But essential none the less. People respect those who can admit when they’re wrong, but look disdainfully upon those who make excuses.

This is a lesson that’s hard to learn. But once learnt, will stick with you forever.

Stop making excuses. Stop placing blame. Remember the old adage that whenever you point a finger at someone there will be four more pointed right back at you!



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