As people, we have become fixated on the need to blame someone or something for anything that goes wrong in our lives. If we suffer from a disease or illness, we blame the houses we live in, the food we eat, or the radiation we are exposed to from the environment around us. The blaming comes easy because we are taught by the media that it’s okay.
Even more importantly, blaming saves us from really looking inside ourselves and questioning our own actions. It is easier to find a scapegoat than to admit that it was our own decisions that resulted in angry feelings, in disease, or illness, or just general misfortune.
The action you take can either prevent or promote the development of illness or disease. Keep this in mind next time you blame someone.
The message is simple: stop pointing the finger and start taking control of your own life.
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