It’s not your fault, but it’s your problem

Take two.

I tried to reblog this but .org and .com don’t get along so here we go again:

“It’s not your fault, but it’s your problem” is a post I found thanks to my good friend Mr. Mel. This is one powerful piece and I encourage all my followers to read it. It really resonated with the both of us and I think part, if not all, of it will resonate with you, my dear readers, in some capacity whether small or large.

Rickey Dobbs is the author. Check out the post by clicking his name. Here’s a snippet:

But how much better could today and tomorrow be if you drew a line and recognized that you have zero control over everything that happened up until now?…


Universe, random deity who reads my blog, higher self:

I’m wise enough to know that I can’t time travel (…yet). But I’m shortsighted enough to get tangled up in my own past and my own story anyway.

Help me let myself off the hook for yesterday, so I don’t waste energy rehashing it.

Keep me focused on what’s possible today and tomorrow.

Stop me from trying to control circumstances and other people’s actions which I can’t (or shouldn’t) control……

Let me know what you think in the comments below! Better yet, let Rickey know how great his post is!


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