Tuesday, September 30, 2008

The Price of the Blame Game

While America's financial future has been clouded by a crisis in the credit markets as well as the financial and mortgage sectors, rather than coming up with a needed bill, Congress people played the blame game yesterday, and the cost could be staggering. Any time we blame instead of taking responsibility we are costing ourselves. Blame is a function of ego and when our egos are in our way we delay our desired results. Worry and blaming are the enemies here, not Wall Street, not banks and not one party or another. So, as we get through this, stay responsible and keep cleaning - don't worry and don't blame. We will get through this.

Peace of I,