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The New And Explicit Definition of an Excuse

by Peter on February 13, 2013

Excuses are our friends. Whenever we need one to bail us out of an obligation they are ready and willing. Sure we don’t say that they are bailing us out of an obligation but sure enough they are.

I want to help us kick away the crutch of the Excuse We have relied on them too long.  We must kick it to the curb and throw it across the bridge that must be burned with a flame that would cause the devil himself to flinch.

Some of you will try and gather a few burning ambers to rebuild for the “just in case” situation. But please, please, please don’t do it.  Just turn your back and walk away. And remember, using an excuse is JUSTIFYING your lack of responsibility for your own life.  No one wants to be accused of that.  So here’s the new and explicit definition of an excuse.

Below I have an image so that you too can share with others. Please do so.

 

EXCUSE:

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the LIE you TELL YOURSELF

to make YOURSELF

FEEL BETTER about

JUSTIFYING your

LACK OF RESPONSIBILITY

for your OWN LIFE and

the life of YOUR FAMILY.

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