Thursday, July 31, 2008

There is No Blame!

I release the need to blame anyone, including myself. We are all doing the best we can with the understanding, knowledge, and awareness we have. I have a box of Power Thought Cards by Louise Hay. Each card has an affirmation written on it. These affirmations help to find inner strenght in oneself. This is the card I drew randomly today. I have been thinking about this statement "There is No Blame" throughout the day and I have realized that I do a lot of blaming in my life. The person I blame mostly is myself. I blame myself for why I don't have a lot of money, why I struggle to pay bills, why I am overweight, why my middle son doesn't do very well in school etc.. But as I dig deeper into the explanation of the statement "There is no blame" I realize that everything I do in life I do to the best of my ability. I have a lot to be grateful for. I have a nice home. I am surrounded by a loving family. I have the best husband on earth. I have been blessed with 3 wonderful and healthy children. My husband and I have great jobs that pay well. I work hard everyday to keep my family safe and happy. Sometimes things don't work out the way I planned, but I no longer blame myself. Everything I do, I do with the best intensions and with love. Does anyone else have any other insight to this?

5 comments:

Mags said...

This is very interesting. I find i tend to blame a lot myself,so the comment "There is No Blame" is a hard one to grasp.

Julieanne said...

It is so great to finally find a blog that is similar to mine! I have a group where we are discussing the issues you are writing about. You are welcome to check it out! Love the video! Maybe you would like to share it with us. Happy Manifesting!

Julieanne

brainsnorts said...

first you said you don't have a lot of money. then you said that you and your husband both have jobs that pay very well.

that seems contradictory.

LITeacher said...

In response to brainsnorts comment. We do have jobs that pay very well for which I am very thankful- that doesn't mean that I am very smart with it. Sometiems the more you make the more you spend! This is why I'm on this journey of trying to achieve a better balance in my life. I'm writing this blog to hope to talk to others that are on the same journey and gain support. I'm sorry if I confused you.

Angel said...

I have to say that I am enjoying reading your blog. I also have a journal that talks about the things that I am grateful for myself. It's called The Life Of My Dreams.

Whenever I am feeling down I think about all the things that I have to be grateful for! It helps me to feel much better!

The things that you have said in this particular post has "struck a nerve" with me also because doing things the best way that one can is all we can do - no matter what anyone else tends to think!

I look forward to continuing to read your blog and I will be adding a link to your blog from my own blog as well!