It’s easy to blame those
that have wronged us
for just about everything
that is wrong with our life.
“If it wasn’t for them, I would be happy.
If it wasn’t for them, I would have more money.
If they didn’t do this, I would be where I want to be.”
Most people get so caught up in blaming,
they continue to blame and sabotage
their own life long after the
person is gone from their life.
Most people hold on to the blame
because it’s easier than moving on.
Having an excuse or a story of why
they aren’t where they want to be
gets them sympathy from others.
The victim role gives them comfort.
And it is much easier than taking
responsibility and moving on with their life.
However it is not, and will
never be a happy place to stay.
Those who take responsibility for their life
and are wanting to move on and put the
past behind them are much more likely
to gain freedom, success and happiness.
Now, this does not mean there
aren’t horrible people in the world
that have done wrong by others.
It is not condoning other’s behavior.
It is taking back the power they have
from you, when you are the one suffering
long after they are gone.
Who wins if you keep blaming them?
Who wins if you move on, forget about them and create the best life and success you could ever imagine?
Who wins if you move on?
Who wins if you forget about them?
Who wins if you create your best ever life, full of success and abundance?
Take back your power.
Blame them for what they have done, but don’t blame them for what you haven’t done.
Blame them for what they’ve done, but bless them for making you stronger,
for making you better.
Blame them for what they’ve done, but thank them for showing you exactly what you don’t want.
You can blame the world for bringing them into your life,
but then get grateful for all the lessons it taught you,
all the strength it gave you,
all the perspective it gave you.
Know in your heart if they knew better they would do better.
Know in your heart you don’t need to take on any of their negative energy.
How good does it feel to take
that baggage off your shoulders?
To focus on building your future.
What a blessing!
Never look back
The best revenge
is not taking any revenge.
It is simply
moving on with your life,
Creating the best version of yourself