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Have you found yourself shifting blame recently. Do you find yourself not wanting to accept what is true and real. We tend to fall into this as humans neglecting that at the end it will catch up and hinder our integrity as a believer of the Lord. We are not the first to fall into this pattern as if we read the scripture we will clearly relate to the story of Adam and Eve who shifted blame. Genesis 3:12-13


Blame-shifting and avoiding responsibility are common human tendencies, often rooted in fear, shame, or a desire to protect oneself from consequences. It's natural for people to sometimes struggle with accepting difficult truths or facing their own mistakes and shortcomings.


The story of Adam and Eve in Genesis illustrates this human tendency well. When confronted by God about eating from the forbidden tree, Adam blamed Eve, and Eve blamed the serpent. This pattern of shifting blame is a universal aspect of the human condition, reflecting our inherent imperfections and vulnerabilities.


Recognizing and acknowledging our own tendencies to shift blame is an essential step in personal growth and spiritual development. Instead of deflecting responsibility, embracing accountability allows us to learn from our mistakes, cultivate humility, and ultimately strengthen our integrity as believers.


Scripture often provides valuable insights and guidance for navigating the complexities of human behavior and relationships. By reflecting on stories like Adam and Eve's, we can gain deeper understanding of ourselves and our own tendencies, and strive to embody values of honesty, humility, and accountability in our lives.


Writing about personal experiences with overcoming toxic behaviors and embracing genuine authenticity can resonate deeply with others who may be on a similar journey.

In a world where superficiality often reigns, there's a growing hunger for authenticity and truth. By sharing your insights and experiences, you can offer hope and encouragement to those who may be struggling with their own toxic patterns or searching for deeper meaning and purpose in their lives.


Remember, your words have the power to uplift and inspire others, so don't hesitate to share your message with sincerity and passion. As you continue to embrace healing and growth in your own life, you're also lighting the way for others to do the same.


Embracing genuine authenticity is a powerful journey that can lead to profound self-discovery and fulfillment. When we align with our true selves, we invite deeper connections with others and experience a greater sense of inner peace and contentment.


Stay rooted in this space of authenticity, and continue to nurture it with self-awareness, self-love, and self-compassion. Remember that authenticity is not about being perfect, but about being real and true to yourself, even in the face of challenges or vulnerabilities.


Note to self and readers as you navigate this journey, may you find strength, joy, and inspiration in living authentically, and may your genuine presence continue to positively impact those around you.


A Note to Remember at Lakeshore

Janelle






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