The art of great leadership isn’t just to own up for making bad decisions, but to take the blame for other people’s bad decisions you had nothing to do with. ⁣
When people have it in for you they often share their personal gripes that were, in reality, self inflicted or accuse you of things that you actually had nothing to do with. ⁣

Dignity allows them to walk away under the clothing of their own self-justification. To expose them in front of them by tearing apart their excuses is to dishonour them, even when you’re being unfairly hammered. ⁣

Being the bigger person is to privately know that their blame is diversionary, take it on the chin and bless them on their journey. ⁣
With God’s help, you can do that.