Search 6 — Blaming

We blame people around us.

We blame our parents.

We blame our lovers.

We blame our children.

We blame our siblings.

We blame our spouses.

We blame our friends.

We blame who ever is near us or are interacting with us.

We hardly blame anyone not interacting with us.

Are we in constant competition with those who care to interact with us?

Or do we feel a sense of loss if someone cares to tell us that something isn’t quite right with us?

Do we forget that those who are in constant interactions with us would in some way help us see new ways and point to new directions?

Would that be liberating?

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