We must look and think outside the box, instead of apportioning blame; if we are to meet with success. A culture of blame, characterised by an unwillingness to accept responsibility for our mistakes, individually or through institutions.
No matter what our issues throw up or how we got to our issues, we’ve settled into a blame culture, where everyone else is to blame, and although it’s not true, we’re happy to make it appear as if it is. Although we may not initially be to blame, we are to blame if we continue to blame others and don’t start to take responsibility for ourselves.
It is important through society we work together to build a more functional system with a fair and open culture of accountability. Blame is subjective. It is based on personal opinions. But a personal opinion is flawed, because it is based on our personal thinking and not the universal thinking.
It is easier to blame, than it is to work through our issues and understand that we may be to blame. We must think about and take responsibility for our decisions and what we continue to bring to our relationships.
It has also got something to do with the history and our relationship with that person. We must be objective, not subjective.