Oct 30, 2009

It’s Always Your Fault


Always remember that everything is always your fault, always.

Realize this and realize you have the power to fix problems instead of look for people or things to blame.

When realize that it’s always your fault you will possess an unfair advantage over 99.99% of the rest of the population of the world.


… Because you will use your energy to solve problems instead of wasting it on people and or things to blame.

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  • Joshua

    One of the most important things that I’ve learned in life is: if you need to concentrate on 90% attitude and 10% skills, then, you should also do 90% problem solving and 10% worrying about it. Joshua

  • Kenneth Morin

    I really beg to disagree on this one. For example, what happened in 9/11 was not your fault. But, you can do something about it, right? It’s not your fault why a fire broke out at a neighbor’s house but you can help solve their problems by giving them some of your extra clothes, right? Why blame yourself for EVERYTHING?

    Kenneth Morin

  • John Tyrone Williams

    Well, not everything. Was it also your fault when World War II broke out? I mean, hey, you can’t blame yourself everytime a problem exists or somebody else, for that matter. Maybe, you should have said that it may be your fault or somebody else’s. But, if you can do something about, then, do it and not mope about it or blame somebody including yourself.

    John Tyrone Williams

  • Alyssa

    This is a case-to-case basis. You just have to think things over first and find out if it’s really your fault or somebody else’s. There will be a time that even if it clearly shows that it’s other people’s fault but you keep blaming yourself, you will be in a very bad state of mind and you develop self-pity.

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  • Amy

    I partially disagree to this. It’s not actually all your fault but we can solve any problems when we acknowledge it and, sometimes, even if it’s not your fault, you can also fix things.

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