Updated: Nov 24, 2020
While we insist of making someone else responsible for our emotional and mental reality, we don't allow ourselves to grow. We cut ourselves off the experiencing and becoming intimate with the most incredible parts of ourselves: our resourcefulness, our maturity, our clarity, our resilience, our ability to overcome anything that we choose.
These are the parts of ourselves that lie latent, destined to remain hidden while we make another responsible for how we feel and what is happening in our lives.
The moment we cease blaming another, be it a parent, a friend, a child, a partner, a boss, we free ourselves from the illusion that keeps us bound in this angry, yet self-made prison.