Good Friday Morning, Friends! My Soul Intention: having someone betray or stab you in the back is bad…but sabotaging yourself with your attitude is the worst. We all know the pain of being sold out by someone we loved or cared for. It’s depressing and shakes you up because you no longer trust your judgment with friends or co-workers. Everyone (including Christ) has been betrayed or sold out by someone at some time in their life. What everyone doesn’t do though, is sabotage themselves. When you take advantage of you, or betray your own goals or dreams you are an inescapable threat to yourself. Sabotaging yourself is a form of resisting responsibly for one’s life. Excuses push you deeper into your victim mind set. The only way out is to do the very thing(s) you are afraid to do. You can run away from saboteurs, but the only way you can escape you, is to face you and stop making excuses for you. The madness stops when you own your choices without blaming others.