There are great consequences for every action you take in life and consequences are results of actions you made, actions you took. If it was a successful action, blame is tossed out the window including mistakes made. You wouldn’t even remember those you would have somewhat be blamed for those mistakes. The fact that success was recorded sets off the alarm and allows you toss mistakes, near failures and stop counting your losses.
When we win there’s no need to blame anyone, no need to fight the fears and we are drowned by the excitement of success that all the toils and labour is like it never happened. Why did I start with the blame game? That is the period you get to when things are not going the way you imagined or planned, then you see yourself or some persons around you as the problem. I do that quickly to myself, I do a self-assessment, looking for the faults, the mistakes and the reason why I should be blamed for something.
I didn’t accept it the first time or the second and third time. I believed someone had to take the blame, not my parents, not my friends, not my relations in some village, not even that ‘hater’ that most of us tend to create. Some of us believe that we know what goes on in our haters head, I’m waiting for that day when we realise we are the true haters of ourselves. We refuse to take responsibilities for our actions, correct our mistakes and move on, we get stuck in the state of complaints and unnecessary accusations.