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Divine Compensation

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Jul 16, 2014

...with the anger, the bitterness, the toxicity...what's hard is sitting there with anger and bitterness rotting away at your soul. It is even harder, because in the end, , you attract what you put out onto yourself. Anger will beget more anger. It really is so much better to bless them than to blame them. When it first happens that you feel hurt or betrayed, this may not be possible to do This is when I will pray to be given the strength to let the anger be transformed into a blessing ; for both myself and the person this hurt came from.

The universe is self correcting, so if... (more)

Tags: life, blame, alchemy, bless, divine compensation

The Indian Way

By Rahul, published on Jul 27, 2013

...have to do is to be obedient folks and use our so called birth right to elect these saints and feed them our flesh again and again without questioning, and accepting that we are getting the best we deserve and convince ourselves that we are fools. Even though things are like this we shouldn’t blame these people for their actions as the fault is ours as much as it is theirs, because they didn’t emerge out of thin air, they were born and brought up in our society, amongst us, they learned from us and the fact is that they are the best we could turn out. They just reflect what we all are... (more)

Tags: india, politicians, blame, rich, indians, human

The Hermit Chronicles: Cup of Conversation

By D. Sager, published on May 27, 2013

...signs that point the way out. Addiction, seems many took that one, I see their detritus strewn about and the bones of those who scarcely made the turn on that road before they died choking on the false hope of that distant city. Violence, that sign is the one with holes shot through with blame and anger against foes seen and unseen, real and surreal. I hear echos of private wars, fought more often in that travelers head, then on the road itself. Fame, this sign is hard to see, covered with thick strands of luck and persistence. Looking far down it I see no one, I only hear... (more)

Tags: religion, anger, Stephen King, blame, lost, bones, cup, psychiatry, conversation, path, dark, surreal, aloneness, foes, j.r.r. tolkien, road, the dead zone, the fellowship of the r

The Blame Game

By Deborah Horton, published on Jan 13, 2011

In relationships, we often times find it easier to assess blame than to get to the truth of the matter, any matter. It's so much easier to say, this is your fault or this caused this to happen, rather than to examine ourselves to find out why and if the blame should reside in us and not going outward.

Blame is easy because it moves responsibility for any situation to someone or something else. Therefore, we don't have to feel guilt. We don't have to take responsibility. The fault lies elsewhere. We are free from having to look inward. Blame is quick. It resolves the situation,... (more)

Tags: relationships, responsibility, blame, changes, blaming

Cat Farts!

By Innocent Owner, published on Dec 30, 2009

Let's cut to the chase, everyone farts. We spend our entire life coming up with unique ways to blame it on anything and everything. We are embarrassed by it yet we all do it. Fill a room with 30 people and an all too familiar smell and you would get 30 comments along the lines of "I didn't do it", "I don't smell anything", "did something just die?" It's in our nature, we can't help it.

Opening the front door one cold, late October afternoon, I entered the house only to be hit with an over bearing smell. I called out to my roommate, "I think the pumpkin went bad, it stinks". He responded... (more)

Tags: pets, cats, farts, blame

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