Two Kinds of Questions

November 8, 2011

Asking: “Who caused this to happen?” and asking: “How did I get myself into this situation?” are two different things. One fixes the blame the other one fixes the problem.
Some people are experts in blame-storming and this is why they never recover. Others learn from mistakes and this is why they succeed. The question you ask determines the outcome for your life.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Dan

    But sometimes it’s difficult to identify your own mistake.

    God bless Mr. Francis!

  2. ethel

    Thanks for this reminder!

    Keep on inspiring Mr. Francis! God Bless!

  3. chrisdaoanis

    Thanks for this, Sir Francis.
    True enough. It is in asking the right questions that we get to have the right answers. So simple but not easy. A great challenge for everyone.

    — Live your life, Young Mind! http://chrisdaoanis.wordpress.com

  4. Elmer Relente

    When one blames somebody it is obvious that he is looking at somebody else and not himself. If he tries to see God in somebody, likely he will also stop blaming others.

  5. Zara

    We should learn from our mistakes and refrain blame-storming. Life is about our choices. Thanks for the post, and keep inspiring us. 😉

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