PONDER on THIS for Monday, October 29th, 2007 by Lynn Grabhorn in EXCUSE ME, YOUR LIFE IS WAITING

“Most of us think of blame as the melodramatic pointing of a long, crooked finger towards one who has done scandalous wrong. Yet we’re actually into blame just about every waking moment of our lives. From weather, to rude drivers, to toothpaste caps, we blame from sunup ’til sundown and never think a thing about it.

Oh sure, more times than not we’re probably justified in our accusations, but so what! There’s not an ounce of well-being that can squeak through the low, thick vibration of blame, whether it’s justified or not. In fact, the electromagnetic energy of blame is so potently charged as it flows from us to others, it can cause those who are usually fairly dependable to mess up all over the place. And for sure, sending blame—energy to someone who’s been nasty, stupid, abusive or drunk only amplifies the condition you’d like to see changed.”

Lynn Grabhorn, in “Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting”

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