To live the life of a victim feels good to some. To be a victim is to not have to accept responsibility for one’s situations. As a victim one can blame others for one's plight and feel indignation for the hopelessness of life.
It can feel good to have a scapegoat. Without one, we are prone to feeling bad about ourselves. We can judge ourselves as having been stupid or hasty or ignorant.
To be a victim of circumstance has other benefits. Victimhood can bring with it sympathy from others. It can make one feel special. It can make one feel like a martyr. It can make one feel better than others for the cross that is being carried.
Ultimately, victimhood carries benefits that are little more than illusions. The price for these illusions are steep. Victimhood robs one of the joy of fulfilling Divine Purpose, the happiness of sharing love and light with others and the satisfaction of experiencing life to it's fullest. Victimhood creates a prison.
Here is your advice for today: Free yourself from this self imposed exile from life. Consider forgiving yourself for your current condition. Then forgive all those who you blame. Start off fresh today, right now. Clear the air and clear the past. Begin anew. Begin fresh with a simple prayer to the Creator, “Dear Creator, please help me now to bring my life to a place of Grace and Ease.”
After this, place close attention to what the Creator brings into your life. Accept all that occurs for each new thing will be designed to bring you to that place of Grace and Ease.
Every day, Archangels, Jesus, or Ascended Masters dictate to C Louis Osburn words of Wisdom from the Heavenly Realms that are filled with Love and Light. Drink in this Wisdom and find yourself lifted to a better place with your True Self living a joyous life from the Heart.