Who’s to blame?

Understanding that ones actions may have a direct impact on others could save so many from stress and unnecessary struggles. The key to it all is taking responsibility for what and how you personify life. Too many people assume that another person can read their minds or automatically know the answer to another’s issue. But I am here to tell you, that contrary to popular belief and with all of the technology we have today, our brains don’t have USB ports to sync to one another. Efficient communication is so very few and far between these days it’s almost pathetic! I have made personal goals to work on this matter myself. Now if only I could get those around me to get on board with the program. I know that Rome wasn’t built in a day, but if we all consciously stop long enough just to change one thing in a days time, imagine the impact everyone doing it would make on the world!

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