Blaming Others For YOUR Mistakes - YoutubeRandom

Blaming Others For YOUR Mistakes

Today's video is about people that love blaming other for their mistakes.

How many times have you blamed others for your mistakes you know you did?

Sure, we can all blame something, on others for your mistakes in our lives. It takes the genuinely enlightened person though to simply correct themselves instead of fume with hate, anger and impatience.

When I say things that seem like "tripe" like:

"We all love to win and get to the top of the hill, but who loves to train or climb up there and do the work."

That is exactly what I mean in life, if we really want to get where we want to get we must do the foot and leg work, or fake it all the way, appropriating or whatever.

I am not going to use nice words here!

We must all be real or genuinely or nothing at all. In life you should never blame others for your mistakes no matter what the mistake is. In your life you rather be honest and hardworking and its pays off or you fake it and in the end we genuinely cheat ourselves.
I still genuinely think of that work ethic being worth something genuine, good, honest and worthy of consideration for all who really want to win in life.

My Pops used to say, there are not any real short cuts or easy ways to do things in life, you just work at it until you get it or get the genuine result you want.

Basically just keep trying and stay away from blaming others for your mistakes!

On the other hand, A good friend used to say, you cannot do anything with what you steal except have irrational "fun" with it, and when you try to act like you earned it or do something lasting, serious and earned with it, the efforts dissolve into nothing "mysteriously".

The "mysterious nothing" factor is that the unearned cannot be titled in the same label as the earned can be. It can never be "the real thing" or have the factor and seriousness that the earned realities do. Being good and patience are in the earned. The impatience people are in the unearned. Both in a very pure, realistic and always working way.

"When you blame and criticize other people, you are avoiding the truth about yourself".

Reality is what is?

Well, that is what it all comes down to. In everything, you have the good and bad. In all fact, if the reality of life can be changed to accommodate a fantasy of not needing to do the foot work, what is it worthwhile.

What will you do today to put something right you did when blaming others for your mistakes?

"When you blame and criticize other people, you are avoiding the truth about yourself".

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