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Saturday, 13 January 2018

#Day20:Victim of Circumstances #PsychologistOfChange

If life is a game, there are rules governing it. Those rules are natural laws or principles placed by God. If you want to achieve your highest aspirations, identify and apply the principles that govern the results you seek. As reality presents it, the first law of success is the law of responsibility.

But the day you blame anything or anyone, you throw your God given power away; the power to do becomes weak and then you become irresponsible.

The law of responsibility states you're absolutely responsible for the outcome of your life. But it's amazing that instead of being responsible, many are irresponsible. They blame situations, people and things for the outcome of their life. They feel like they're victims of circumstances. But God didn't create man to be a victim of circumstances; He made us in his image to be creators of circumstances. He created us as victors.

This is why you should never point a finger at anyone, blaming them. No one is responsible for the outcome of your life but you. Stop playing the role of a victim.

Blaming everyone and everything else for your problems and challenges may be the norm and may provide temporary relief from the pain, but it'll chain you more to those problems.

If you accept that you're responsible, you develop the power and motivation to go for what you want.
But the day you blame anything or anyone, you throw your God given power away; the power to do becomes weak and then you become irresponsible.

Whether you believe in resurrection or reincarnation, I know that you were trained to believe that you'll be rewarded according to your labour. And because you're rewarded by your deeds and not your good intentions, it means you're eternally responsible.

So go for what you want. Stop getting angry at people for not helping you. If they don't want to help you, then they're not part of your story!

If you want to excel, accept that you're responsible and be willing to endure the beating of ten thousand rays of sunshine.




I am Emmanuel Uti
PsychologistOfChange

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