Blame is an excuse to justify not taking accountability. It only serves to disempower those who believe it. And worse, it doesn’t represent reality. You’ll be able to control an outcome more often than not.
You can desire both, but without a distinction you risk everything. Find comfort in securing basic needs and ignoring most wants. Simplifying your lifestyle will increase your self-sufficiency and well-being.
Jumping to conclusions without relevant observation increases the liability of your biases. Those premature judgments build upon each other over time. Make your observations, test them, and verify via peer review.
You want grit to get you through the difficult periods and flexibility to ensure you can adapt. A helpful distinction is to ask yourself wither the task at hand is one of learning or one of implementation. A running tally can then inform where you need improvement.
The world’s human population is almost 8 billion. That’s 8,000,000,000 people. As you set larger and larger goals look at how many lives you’re improving as a measure of impact on the world. You will always be able to do more.
The pursuit of originality is an endless journey. Done without principle it can be dangerous. However life can be exceptionally dull and a little newness can liven things up. Even better is to use it to spread your ideas.
You think your are more rational than you actually are. This is your bias blind spot. Like a visual blind spot it prevents you from seeing reality. Acknowledge your judgement is easily skewed by internal partiality and seek out other people’s perspective to get closer to the truth.