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Wrong hath but wrong, and blame the due of blame.
Blame is safer than praise
Blame is the cowards way out.
Fault always lies in the same place: with him weak enough to lay blame.
I blame myself more so because I hung a curve. If you want to point a finger, point it at me.
Before you look to blame another, look within yourself, for at some point you have not listened to your own instincts.
In life, you can blame a lot of people and you can wallow in self-pity, or you can pick yourself up and say, 'Listen, I have to be responsible for myself.'
Blame nobody else, do not commit the mistake of the ignorant.
Stop Blaming. Take responsibility for your thoughts and your actions.
For some reason, we as a culture have adopted blame as a method we use to feel better about the choices we make, rather than taking responsibility for them.
Blame is something that is shared and denied in equal measures.
If someone is responsible, it's me,
Fault always lies in the same place, my fine babies: with him weak enough to lay blame.
Blaming others is excusing yourself.
Blame anchors us into the past; a place we cannot change. Acceptance frees us to the future.
Blaming something else makes that something else cause; and as that cause takes on power, the individual in the same act loses control and becomes effect.
The blame is his who chooses: God is blameless.
Blame has no purpose, and it is a lousy teacher.
When you blame others, you are affirming that you have no power, and your existence is only a reaction to the power of others.
It's no use blaming anyone now.
You alone are responsible
I praise loudly. I blame softly.
For most people, blaming others is a subconscious mechanism for avoiding accountability. In reality, the only thing in your way is YOU.
the dead can blame
If you think everything is someone else's fault, you'd be wrong. If you think everything is your fault, you're also wrong. Assigning blame can keep you stuck in the problem. Move on to solutions.
'Fault' means failure to meet a standard. Whose? Mine.
Blame doesn't empower you. It keeps you stuck in a place you don't want to be because you don't want to make the temporary, but painful decision, to be responsible for the outcome of your own life's happiness.
We only have one person to blame, and that's each other.
We all carry fault within.
When you do not take responsibilities for your actions you blame others.
People do blame you for the things they do to you.
In order to forgive, you must have blamed.
Responsibility can never be given. It can only be taken.
Donald Trump is not my fault. You can blame certain things on me, but not Donald Trump.
It's easy to blame everyone else when it hurts to blame yourself. But in the end you have to face it.
Everyone has to blame something for the way the world is.
A tragedy like this, we all blame ourselves.
Today I release the need to blame anyone, including myself.
I would only blame myself if something happened to you.
Fault isn't the issue. We need to deal with the issues at hand, not whose at fault.
People who blame are always looking to "get out" of something, but like quicksand, the more they struggle the more they are captive.
Blame is useless. Blaming only gives away our power. Keep your power. Without power, we cannot make changes. The helpless victim cannot see a way out.
Accepting blame when it's not really due sometimes makes the point better.
You think that if you blame, you will then be free of those problems, but blame cements you to your problems.
Blame is the creed of the disempowered.
If you blame others for something that happens in your life, then you must wait until they change in order to get better.
Instead of seeking to pinpoint blame, seek to understand cause.
All day long, no one is at fault for anything. Whatever faults we see; we see them because of our own defects.
When you blame yourself, you learn from it. If you blame someone else, you don't learn nothing, cause hey, it's not your fault, it's his fault, over there.
Blame is a thief. It robs us blind while it wastes our time, time we could be spending as a family, making memories, supporting each other.
Blaming other people inevitably makes us blame ourselves because if we are pointing the finger at someone, practically, we are pointing it at ourselves as well.
never responsible for the actions of others; you are only responsible for you.
Blame keeps wounds open, only forgiveness heals.
One must first learn to live oneself before one blames others
Every one of us can blame somebody for something that has happened in our lives. But don't waste your time. What we need most is a steady stream of love flowing among us. Love that quickly forgives, willingly overlooks, and refuses to take offense.
When people are lame, they love to blame.
Day blame ornery youngins.
Blame is one of the gravest problems we face, spiritually and emotionally. It keeps us more concerned about being "good" than about being honest.
I didn't say it was your fault. I said I was going to blame it on you.
Go ahead, blame the victim! The villain is my favourite role to play.
Seek the Blame; Give Away the Fame
Never blame anyone for your life. You are responsible for you.
It's too much to be forgiven when all you want is to be blamed.
It's not how you play the game, it's how you place the blame.
Don't find fault, find a remedy.
One of the most common ways of not acknowledging our faults is to blame others.
Free yourself from the need to blame others. There are two reasons that you are where you are right now; action or inaction.
I always wanted to take the blame. I've always been apologetic for other people's faults.
If you had to name one particular person to blame it would have to be one of the players
If you look for fault, I promise you, you will always find it.
Stop the blame game; you can't win it! All fans of blame are defeated in every way ... Don't join them!
no fault greater than the wish to be getting.
When you think everything is someone else's fault, chances are that you're looking at the wrong side of the looking glass.
When you blame others you are effectively proclaiming that you are only response to stimuli.
Some victims do need to "blame" themselves and take responsibility.
I accept the responsibility but not the blame. Let me explain the difference. Those who are to blame lose their jobs. Those who are responsible do not.
There's a huge difference for taking responsibility for one's actions, and taking credit, and in this scenario I think we need to give credit where credit is due. I won't take responsibility for my teacher's drinking problem, but I will take credit for it.
Blame is especially useful in situations in which there is no apparent villain-those moments that prove, despite our advancement of learning, how susceptible we are to high winds and wet roads.
Winners take responsibility, losers blame others.
When everything goes wrong in our lives, it's natural to look around for someone -or something- to blame.
Condemn the fault and not the actor of it?
When you blame others, you give up your power to change.
There will be plenty of blame to go around but if you take credit for the sunshine, you also get blamed for the rain.
When a man does all he can, though it succeeds not well, blame not him that did it.
Gets blamed for a lot of things, does the weather. Convenient scapegoat, if you ask me.
If stupidity is the only sin, who is blameless?
You can literally go on and on and on with the blame game, but let me tell you, it only causes more heartache. You will be no better off and will still have no answers.
I will not blame others.
Neither blame or praise yourself.
You'd have to be blind, deaf, and dumb not to know what you're getting yourself into, so if there's blame, blame yourself.
Your own guilt is your own fault.
I don't blame individuals, Elton, I blame myself
Blameless people are always the most exasperating.
Responsible, who wants to be responsible? Whenever something bad happens, it's always, who's responsible for this?
Mis'ry'n'barrassment are hungersome for blame
He is all fault who has no fault at all.
Blame, certainly, is a dish only edible when served fresh and warm. Old blames, grudges and scores congeal and curdle and cause the most terrible indigestion.
Perhaps blame is the way the universe organizes itself around tragedy and loss. Without blame, suffering is random, and that kind of randomness leads to madness.
When your child is in trouble, the first thing you do is blame yourself.
Placing blame on others is easy. Taking responsibility for yourself is empowering.