Blaming the Blame

If blaming is a sword then, people are the samurai and the samurai sword never gets old. The largest followers of blaming philosophy are the politicians. Every politician visits the Yamabushi mountains, and learn the art of blaming from the legend samurai blame. After the years of learning, they come to the real world and show us how to blame without thinking.

Once a legend said, “A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone if it is to keep its edge”. Just like that people must use the blaming sword frequently to keep it sharp.

Escaping from guilt: The underline virtue of blaming is – escape from guilt and remorse. When you take the blame on yourself, you face the hard bitter truth, and we know how hard it is to face the truth.

Too easy: You need to utter the words like it was others fault, they made me do this, they are the ones who are accountable, and the list goes on. We are tempted to easy things in life and sometimes easy paths lead to hardships.

Less trust more blame: When there is less trust then, blame becomes powerful. The classic blame game happens in either politics or corporates. The reason is simple – Power and money. We have never seen a winner in the blame game so, drop the game and start trusting.

Start accepting the consequences of your actions and taking the blame. The sooner you do it, the better the result you will get. Seldom the whole universe asks you to take the blame and move on from the vicious cycle of this blame game.

Blaming someone else for your actions is like blaming the universe for its existence. Yeah, the whole fault was of the big bang. One day you will run out of people – to blame.

Thanks for reading !

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20 thoughts on “Blaming the Blame

  1. Actually we try to get realef by blaming others. It makes us feel that we haven’t done any wrong. Not only the politicians but maximum people have this nature. Well written 👌🌹💐!

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