Blame Quotes Page 2
"Who's to blame, who's to credit, but us? Who can change it, any time we wish, but us?"
An ignorant person is inclined to blame others for his own misfortune.
"My focus is to inspire, motivate and empower others to take control of their
lives and never blame another person or
circumstance for what they have not accomplished."
"Focus not on who to blame but focus on the solution."
We can struggle with what is. We can judge or blame others or ourselves. Or we can accept what cannot be changed. Peace comes from an honorable and open heart accepting what is true. Do we want to remain stuck? Or to release the fearful sense of self and rest kindly where we are?
Carissa Gustafson PsyD, Reclaim Your Life
Be careful what you label yourself. What you think about, you bring about and what you name yourself, you’ll blame yourself.
Rob Moore, Start Now, Get Perfect Later
Believe in yourself
"I believe it is vitally important to get back into action, not
to dwell on past successes, or to get mired in the poor me syndrome
where it becomes easy to blame everything and everyone else for problems."
The lack of reliable treatment also explains the moral assumptions attached to addiction. Whenever medicine has lacked a means to cure an illness, it has blamed the patient’s lack of moral virtue, positive thinking, and willpower.
Olivier Ameisen, The End Of My Addiction
"If you reveal your secrets to the wind you should not blame the
wind for revealing them to the trees."
When you blame others, you give up your power to change.
"Some people have a tendency to blame other people for the way
they are feeling. Other people are not responsible for your feelings,
you are - you own them, you control them."
Byron Pulsifer, Responsibility for Happiness
"Placing the blame is a bad habit, but taking the blame is a sure
builder of character."
Dr. O. A. Battista
"If you get your ego in your way, you will only look to other people
and circumstances to blame."
Quote of The Day
"The easy way out would have been to feel sorry for myself and
blame the world for my misfortune, to moan and groan about
how unfair life is. Instead, I found my way to the public library
and discovered a new world in the self-help section."
Catherine Pulsifer, Wings of Wisdom
"A good leader is a person who takes a little more than his share of the blame and a little less than his share of the credit."
John C. Maxwell
"There is luxury in self-reproach. When we blame ourselves,
we feel no one else has a right to blame us."
"The man who smiles when things go wrong has thought of someone to blame it on."
"If you don't have the skills to get a better job, whom should you blame?
Take responsibility and accept the blame. After all, you have the
choice - you are blessed with the opportunity to acquire new skills
from thousands of schools, or courses to chose from."
Byron Pulsifer, Are Your Blessings Visible
"But today I'll give it my best not to blame, complain, drain.
Today I'll give my best not to regret or forget."
"A man may fall many times but he won't be a failure until he says
someone pushed him."
Elmer G. Letterman
"You can't keep blaming somebody else for your dysfunction.
Life is really about moving on."
Famous Quotes about Life
"The trouble with this country is that there are too many people going
about saying, 'The trouble with this country is….'"
"Great tranquility of heart is his who cares for neither praise nor blame."
Thomas a Kempis
"People tend to blame their circumstances or environment for what they
achieve or don't achieve.
But when you walk by faith and not by sight, you can't blame your
circumstances, because faith
overcomes every circumstance."
Louie Herron, Driven By F.I.R.E.
"Don't blame others as an excuse for your not working hard enough."
One reason our society seems so incapable of finding preventive
strategies that can stem the growth of child and adult violence and depression
is our tendency to place blame, rather than look inside ourselves
for the trigger that detonates destructive acts upon ourselves or others.
Rather than focus on violence-proofing our schools, we should use
schools to violence-proof our children.
Ronald R. Brill Emotional Honesty & Self-Acceptance:Education Strategies For Preventing Violence
"It is your own bad strategies, not the unfair opponent, that are to
blame for your failures. You are responsible for the good and bad in your life."
"When we make mistakes in our lives we have two options. We can choose
to recover from the situation and make
amends to the persons we have harmed, or we can simply complain,
and force blame onto other people for our
own actions and choices."
Meilena Hauslendale, Stop Complaining