well thats too bad i am perfect, i thought evreybody was, wow i never knew people werent perfect, i am going to have to rethink my whole life now
Yes, it's either my fault or George Bush.
It took me a long time to accept that I could be not perfect but still OK: I had this feeling that if you weren't perfect, weren't no. 1, it wasn't worth living. Thankfully, nowadays I'm over that and can see both my faults and my good points and feel good about it on the whole.<br />
It feels like growth, or something...
DEAR GOD YOU ARE NOT PERFECT ! NOOOOOOooooooo ! <br />
I wish everyone could learn to accept responsibility for themselves and their own actions. <br />
No more B.S. Law suits on McDonalds for spilling coffee on your own lap.<br />
No more being the poor victim of drug abuse, (YOUR CHOICE TO START)<br />
No more being the people beat down and cannot advance when all of the same chances are there for everyone!<br />
Take pride in yourself and don't be afraid to say I screwed up. <br />
At the very least it means you did something rather than nothing at all.
I try to acknowledge when things happen because of my own faults, and even when it isn't a fault, it could still be related to how I am naturally.... So I try to accept things as they are.
Some hell most.
I have made an art of screwing things up.
Don't fight it just go with it. I know no one that is perfect.
I thought that I was wrong once. Turns out I was just mistaken :)
What's your point?
I'm not perfect and yes, some of the things can be my fault. If it is, I take owership of it.<br />
Many things aren't my fault and I still get blamed. Should I get blamed when it is not my fault?
Not if it's not your fault; that's just other -- less evolved -- people running from their own mistakes...
I just accept that it's always my fault or at least thats what I let them think of course I know better but it is better than fighting all the time...
People are too hell bent on preventing us from seeing our OWN faults and instead keep insisting we see, feel experience THEIRS. That's what slows things up. To speed it up we love everyone regardless of what they do and as hard as that might be for us it's harder for them. But they do grow faster.