No Blame

Blame is so often the name of the game of life. Somehow we’ve believed the lie that, unless we are shamed and blamed, we will not develop into “good people.” If other people don’t shame and blame us, we do it to ourselves with great efficiency and skill. And where has it gotten us?

 

Chapter 27 of the Tao Te Ching, an old shed, and old motor home, and no blame!

Author: William Martin

Taoist teacher and consultant

One thought on “No Blame”

  1. I look forward to your posts so much, Bill. As a contemporary and an ‘apprentice sage,’ the mores of our tribe continue to astonish me. Keep ’em coming, please.

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