Day 6. 19 Days to go before Christmas.
Tea: Forever Nuts
When things don’t go as planned, we try to find someone or something to blame. It’s always easier to do that since admitting that we’re at fault is difficult. We tend to look for scapegoats to avoid taking responsibility for own actions. We never associate failure with the things that we do. That’s not to say that all the blame falls on us. What I’m saying here is that taking responsibility for our actions will help us grow. Even when events that are not under our direct control go awry, we have the ability to determine how we’re going to react to it. We can either look at it as a disaster or use it as an opportunity to learn. Like they say, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Better yet, make a lemonade empire out of it.