Don’t Blame it on the DJ by Leslie A. Fischman
You should never turn on your instructors in life, that includes dance instructors, or song choices. It’s much too late to blame DJs at this point. You guys should always stay positive. And you cannot blame Housekeepers either, for listening to orders. So that’s the main point. The main point is a point addressed to clarify a whole, not make certain, but make clear, not allude, but bring to a point of closure, response. That response should always be positive. When things are not right and not certain we feel that energy. And based upon that energy make decisions in life for ourselves. Never become defensive to the wrongs of others, and never justify the wrongs of others. Where others are wrong, that will eventually come to light, through their character good or bad. You cannot change people you can only correct them. –The stopping points and ending points of discussions should always be in the positive not the negative. Those are not then jumping off points for discussions. Usually points made by someone in the middle of any controversy is called coming forward in life, and speaking. You have to give it time, allow victims to come forward on their own, that’s how you undo the wrongs of others, not by offending people, to see how they react in the positive or in the negative to get some more truth or a reaction to justify any existing or pre-existing conditions or reactions you deem relevant. Always think relevant as to what, guilt for what, and for whys, never justify the wrongs of others, that’s a slippery slope, and only leads to disillusionment, illness. When people become ill, it is because they become disillusioned, either by drugs or alcohol made worse, present circumstances only become worse, when reading abilities are worsened, to make unable to read, usually those well read don’t do drugs. Drugs cause retardation, or inability to read, read well, or respond promptly or well enough to be understood well, and because not understood, evidence of guilt is present, as misconduct toward oneself, the use of drugs is called self-harm.