too (much)

we blame people too much. the parents’ faults are blamed on children, the faults of children- on their parents. and one’s own faults on those closest as only they will stay with us, no matter what.
wouldn’t it be nice, to look at the world with the eyes of god, full of compassion and promise of not-destruction?
it is strange, indeed: god ir the only one who has the right to blame anyone, and yet he does not do so. why, i wonder, why indeed?
because he is too busy with damage control after our works.

Posted by Wordmobi

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