There is plenty of that going around.
It is hard to accept the fact sometimes that it is our decisions that determine our quality of life.
It is easy to blame our conditions. Put the blame on someone or something else.
What decisions are you making and how are they impacting your quality of life?
A crisis certainly challenges that thinking. Some will blame the crisis. Certainly that was a factor, but our decisions play a greater role.
Did you win or learn? Those who learned will come out stronger. Those who made the best decisions, as hard as they might be, will win.
Those who blamed an ideology or political viewpoint or medicine or some other condition will struggle and, perhaps, lose.
How can you be a more consistent winner or, even better, learner?
How can you improve your decision-making?
How will better decisions impact your quality of life?