What good is it to blame it on others? People who might or might not be still around. People who’ve passed by, who stopped for a while, who’ve been a constant, whom we’ll never talk ever again.
And what good is it to blame it on the circumstances? What has happened, what might have been, what will be tomorrow. The weather, the economics, the politics, and the structural difficulties.
At the end of the day, we are the greatest enemy to our own achievements.
We are in control, just not of the things we tend to blame.
We can decide to wake up and do the work.
We can extend an hand and help a friend.
We can be kind, inspiring, and motivating.
We can say thank you and I am sorry.
We can still talk when nobody listens.
Or we can shut up when we decide it’s enough.
One way or the other, we can.
And we should.