It’s easy to blame other people for what’s going wrong in our life. It’s the easiest thing to do.
But we need to start to take a deep look inside ourselves. And take responsibility for our choices.
We always point our finger against others when something is not the way we want it to be.
We watch the world crumble before our eyes and we always think that others are the problem.
Actually we contribute to the problem thinking that it’s not our responsibility to resolve it. It was there before us, after all.
It may be true, we didn’t cause all the problems.
But what if we held ourselves responsible and say “I’m better than that, I can fix it myself”?
Instead we don’t think that it’s our problem because we fail to understand that if we are contributing to the problem then we are part of the problem.
We also think that it’s enough to hide ourselves behind labels as volunteering, socialism and so on to be helpful for society. But they’re just labels. They mean nothing.
Making part of those organizations doesn’t make you good or bad, useful or useless, better or worse. What you decide to do does. The way you decide to spend your time does.
So if you don’t want to be part of the problem then always focus on being part of the solution.
You decide between being part of the problem or part of the solution in every single moment of your life, in every single decision you face.
So choose wisely: be part of the solution. Because the world needs solutions, not further problems.