Saturday, April 21, 2012

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We call it the Blame Syndrome.

It attacks us when things don't go our way and eventually become complicated and we messed up. More often, we suddenly find reasons why have things fall the way they are now as it's part of our human nature to escape from a chaotic situation and worst we tend to use a finger to point someone causing the problem. 

It's the Blame Syndrome. Instead of admitting that we have done wrong then figure out a way to make things right, we resort to this. The truth is, blaming someone will never lead to a solution. It will just make things even worse. 

A poster that I saw in a particular restaurant in Palawan says it all. 
Blame never affirms,it assaults.
Blame never restores, it wounds.
Blame never solves, it complicates.
Blame never unites, it separates.
Blame never smiles, it frowns.
Blame never forgets, it remembers.
Blame never forgives, it rejects.
Blame never builds, it destroys.
So how about you? Are you free from this syndrome or does it momentarily attack you?

12 comments:

  1. Me sometimes like that. Haha In nursing you call it, Projection I guess. Pointing to someone. hihi just sharing :)

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  2. Projection...that's more like it. The scientific term. Thanks for sharing Lala. Don't feel bad --- I guess we all have this. :)

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  3. Blame is an excuse. we are always responsible for what we experience and how we experience it. Excellent post Enzo!

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    1. Well said, Tara. Thanks for dropping.

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  4. Blame it to yourself.We always do that or most of the time we blame others for the not so nice things that happened to you. We always have excuse by blaming someone else instead of facing the truth .

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    1. "Blame it to yourself" is quite the appropriate thing to do. Thanks for your thoughts Miss Tess.

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  5. Blaming is the most wasteful activity. Neither does it solve the problem at hand instead it only ends up messing it even more.

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  6. ugh.. Guilty :( Nice post! It makes us realize that blaming others is never the solution to the problem.

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    1. Don't worry Berylle, you're not alone. I am guilty of this too.

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  7. It is easier to judge others for their wrong doings...
    We can see dirt on their faces and we oftentimes forget
    to look at our reflection in the mirror...

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