Look at the sky. In this moment. The clouds, the color, the birds, the sun.
It cannot be other than it is, in this moment.
Now turn your attention to the “sky” of your mind: the same vast backdrop—formless, ethereal, infinite.
The “weather” and activity of your mind also cannot be other than it is, in this moment.
Who would you blame for the sky in this moment? If the sun is too hot, the birds too busy, the clouds too gloomy?
Who would you blame? God? The Universe? Nature?
Certainly, you would not blame your self, or any other person.
And if there is no one to blame, then all that is left is to come to terms with what IS, in this moment, and every moment that follows.