TheAbie - Snap Out Of The Fault Finding

Last Update: Aug 12, 2022

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Howdy, All Y'all, [uniquely special], Wealthy Affiliate members and the Wealthy Affiliate community; - "TheAbie - Snap Out Of The Fault Finding!"

Folks are fast to point out other people's faults, yet they are never quick to point out theirs. - Do you find this to be true?

I have certainly experienced this many times over. In fact, I only just experienced it last few hours. Thus writing the blog post.

Folks who do it got to snap out of it, lol.

People rapidly judge others, yet they lack the potential to see their or their own mistakes. This can sometimes envelop sarcasm, which is a negative, sickly feeling.

People can potentially be that, i.e., just finding faults in others. Those folks think of themselves as the one who knows one and all, wholly pure and perfect.

Be sure of one thing, this is your life, and you have the authority to decide how you want to respond. However, I feel the best approach or course of action is to ignore.

I choose to lead a nonjudgemental life.

The sooner you understand, the better it is for you.

Thoughts are welcome.

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I hope ALL Y'all have a great, super productive day!

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"People who hurt, hurt people."

Our reasons for our thoughts and actions are very complex.

The best we can do, is what you mentioned, @TheAbbie, ignore.

Something to understand, however, is that negative action culminates from pain, fear or desire and those elements point to the basic animal instinct of survival.

To survive, we develop and practice habits, characteristics and behaviors that insure our longevity.

Finding fault in others is, in simple context, posturing as the strongest zebra in the herd.

In order to be perceived as such, they deflect their weakness by pointing out to the lions, what they perceive is weakness in the zebra(s) next to them.

That way, the lions all look at the weak zebra and think "feast", and the finger pointing zebra makes a run for it.

That zebra is actually in pain (physically or mentally), fearful (of their own demons) or desires (want's more out of life) to live another day.

As animals with higher intelligence, it's within our power to discern which behavior might be the motivation for individuals to find fault in others, and to react accordingly.

Ignoring them is survival. Biting back is survival but leads to more complex survival skills, best saved for a whole other blog!

So, to walk away is probably the best survival tactic.

It leaves the finger-pointing zebra listening to his own words over and over in his brain, which draws the attention of the lions anyway.

Enjoy your day!

What’s the biblical approach..don’t throw stones if you live in glass houses..or something like
Hope you had a good one. Enjoy your lunch tomorrow. Sunday alrefor me…
Been battling through 500 plus emails… and 1 post done and another on the blocks..As my dad use to say..feet in socks, hands off locks. Basically means work.

It's like you're reading my mind sometimes :)

I just had a situation on Friday @work, and I stepped up to calm the spirits down while they were rushing into judging a colleague who's nothing but kind to us...

That's why I love the WA community! Freedom!

Have an amazing weekend, lovely Abbie :)

You too, Anabella!

So true especially in these challenging times. I have had victim mentality relationships over the years. It's very sad to watch them with all the anger and finger pointing. So much effort in that too. Looking at ourselves and learning from our mistakes is, I feel an innate trait. It elevates us to become greater beings. Saying I'm sorry for the same thing, over and over doesn't help anyone. I love the Hawaiian prayer Ho'oponopono of, "I'm sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you." When shared verbally or mentally in sincerity is very powerful. Today I'm so fortunate in so many areas of my life. For which I attribute primarily to just doing the right thing and being grateful. It took some time and included mostly, in essence looking in the mirror and forgiving myself as well as many others. It wasn't easy but the results are priceless. Thank you for the life lesson.

Unfortunately there were way too many people out there who feel finding fault in others will make them better by bring others down below them (trying to make them look better then others) by pointing faults as opposed to them trying to rise up to others, admitting they may not know it all and thereby growing to higher levels.


Yeah Mike I hear you LOUD and CLEAR lol Thank you for your input and have a marvellous day!

You are welcome Abie

Always a pleasure Mike!

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