Whose Fault?

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If it is not my fault,
as I often declare,
then whose is it?
Can a caterpillar be
cut into segment’s
so it can blame section
three? Am I really so
autonomous that I carry
no blame for the actions
of others? Can I write
All is One, and then say
that it is not my fault?

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4 Responses to Whose Fault?

  1. trustlifetoday says:

    LOVE this one — have forwarded it on to many!
    Love, Leslie

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  2. mountainmae says:

    All is one which I believe doesn’t keep you from personal responsibilty .

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  3. I concur about regret. We all do the best we can at each individual moment. That can freeze you and stop your growth. It really is the intention which counts.

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  4. Nina says:

    cute blue catterpillar – what sub-species is that?

    Don’t blame yourself. I don’t beleive in shame or regret or blaming.

    No point dwelling on the negative Pat!

    hugs
    your pal
    Nina

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