These are the words of an old master on his deathbed. When I was young, the heart hurt by violence and injustice in this world. With all my soul I wanted to give you a profound meaning to my existence. I wanted that, at death, my life would have served to make a difference in this world, although I had to pay a very high price to do so.It was therefore my prayer: Lord, give me the strength and wisdom my life to contribute to improving the adverse situation of this world. Then, being a mature man, me di account that had failed to change anything, that the world remained equal or worse. I was frustrated because I felt powerless, then I changed my prayer follows: Lord, since I could not change the world, give me the strength and wisdom to help change to my family and my close. Now that I’m an old man, I realize how naive and arrogant I was trying to change others. In my childhood they taught me that all my problems were guilt of others, that my happiness and my progress relied not on me.
That you were wrong. As I derroche my life me fixing the mistakes of those who surround me, blaming others for my problems, rather than focus on recognizing and correcting my mistakes, my prayer now is: Lord, give me the strength and wisdom to learn to see and recognize my errors, to use my strength and my personal power, for every day someone that knows how to grow and choose constructive instead of the complaint action. Our life would be lived differently and much more flavored, if all that energy we spent in blaming others for our problems, would have used it to solve them asking for help from others, making us responsible for our decisions taken, or not taken decisions and which had taken, because most of what happens to us is because we attract. You can do little to change the other, and much to change yourself how perceive you. If you’ve not done so already, you can start reconociendolo and assuming that you change. Original author and source of the Article