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Faith Overcomes the Blame Card

December 29, 2020

A Positive Mental Attitude will cause you to rise above the temptation to Play the Blame Card on others.

When I was at High School in a beachside country town I found an unusual source of reading material about politics. This came from Russian ships that docked at our Port for Grains. The Russians gave out free copies of a large selection of Marxist Literature, ranging from Marx/Lenin books, through to copies of speeches made by their current leaders.

I found all of this very interesting, and soon became a Communist. But what I didn’t realise is how unpopular this idea was with the local township, so I decided to keep it all secret.

Reading this material filled me with a hostile disdain for our unjust capitalist society.

Later in my first year of University I studied politics and became completely obsessed with the Marxist delusion. However there developed a nagging sense in me that the deeper I became engrossed with the Political Correctness Agenda, the more bitter and unhappy I became. I could not escape this gloom as I was studying Marxist thought everyday.

I gradually came to the realisation that I had become caught up in a Gigantic and very deceptive Blame Game.

I found A lyric from Paul McCartney/John Lennon’s song Revolution very insightful ,

“If you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao, you’re not going to make it with anyone anyhow”.

At around this time Bob Dylan came out with the masterful Album, “Slow Train Coming.”

As I listened to this album I had the profound realisation that we could determine our own destiny through our own attitude, and that we in Western countries were not ‘Victims of Society who were unjustly oppressed.’

A black cloud of deception was lifted off of me.

The idea of a Positive Mental Attitude was like a foreign language to me at this time, so I decided to start studying some of the prominent authors on this subject like Norman Vincent-Peale, Napoleon Hill, Zig Ziglar and others.

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Craig Holme – 2020/2021/2022/2023

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