Those who will never admit they’re at fault, are usually the ones who are at fault. We all know of someone who will constantly blame their past, their experiences and their failings on everyone and everything, but themselves.
There are those who don’t think there’s anything wrong with them and will spend a lifetime, outwardly blaming others and won’t admit their faults. For example, they’ll tell you they failed an exam because the questions were unfair, not because they didn’t put the man hours in to pass the exam.
For those who come from a place of care, who tell others how they feel, those others must sit up and listen. Just because they may not like what we’re saying doesn’t mean it’s not happening in the way we tell it. On our part, we must accept responsibility for how we make others feel.
What you hand out you will get back. Like a reflection, you get back what you hand out, so admit you’re at fault when you’re at fault and life will work out better. Without accepting responsibility for ourselves, you can never emotionally or spiritually grow.