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PostPosted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 10:53 pm
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Will Yao blame himself too hard for the loss to Mavs that he couldn't concentrate on the playoffs? We know he always blame himself hard. So it's possible that he couldn't recover in time and cost rox a game or two.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 3:11 am
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What's the point to blame if he ain't going to change. Just keep on blaming. Besides, why spend the energy dwelling on something that is done rather than making some changes so that he doesn't need to blame next time.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 12:21 pm
bayern wrote:
What's the point to blame if he ain't going to change. Just keep on blaming. Besides, why spend the energy dwelling on something that is done rather than making some changes so that he doesn't need to blame next time.


Yes, that is correct. Blaming oneself for a loss, even if it is someone else's fault is a good thing. Doing what you can do and taking the steps to prevent a loss from happening again, even if it means that you have already done the most, and yet have to do more to win the game next time again, making up for everyone else's faults is a good thing, and not a bad thing.

Blaming oneself and taking personal responsibility for the bad things and the losses that happen to you in life is strong and manly. It does not mean that you are a self-hater. This kind of attitude is practiced by the best of warriors. Blaming others for the loss that happen to you or your team is low, petty, and cowardly, because it shows you can't take the pain of the negative thing or the loss that happened to you in life, and you try to shift the blame by looking at everyone else but yourself. Taking personal accountability and responsibilit6y for what happens to you in life and for your own destiny and where you end up in life despite others' actions towards you is a high good thing.

It also shows too much pride if you don't blame yourself for the loss, (even if it is other people's fault also), when you don't blame yourself for the loss--it can show that you think that you are never wrong, think that you are too high to fail, and that you think that you are better than everybody else. It also shows stubborness and pigheadedness, that you are one of those types of people that cannot change oneself after a tragedy happens to you and that you insist on doing the same foolish bad thing over and over that led to the tragedy happening to you in the first place. Being a man, a true warrior, and a good soldier means that you should always adjust your strategy if you are suffering losses in life, no matter how much it hurts your ego, and a real man always blames himself for the bad things that happen to him, not others, and changes his ways and actions so that he is more successful next time, and doesn't repeat the same mistakes twice. It is absolute lack of wisdom and foolishness to NOT blame yourself after a loss and also if something bad happens to you and alter and adjust and change your ways so that the results of your actions is different next time, even if it is not totally your fault, so that you don't lose again and receive the same result, even if you have to make up for others' faults and mistakes.

It shows Yao Ming's strength, manliness, and goodness that Yao Ming blames himself after this loss, takes full responsibility for it, and alters and adjusts his actions, and tries harder next time so that this does not happen again. That is kind of what I would expect a 7 and 1/2 footer to do, be the "big man" in the situation, the "mountain man", taken responsibility, and since he is the biggest guy--use his strength to bear the heaviest burden. Yao is a true gentle giant, and I hope he never changes his ways. he is a good example for Chinese around the world. Taking responsibility for the loss is what high people and strong people do, they do not stay the same and blame everyone else but themselves and do the same foolish thing over and again, receiving the same bad result over and over again until they are destroyed. They take their own destiny in their own hands and make their own destiny.


PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 2:08 pm
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Yao is to weak to blame Aaron Brooks and the coaching staff. He listens to his superiors no matter how wrong they are.

Just like the Chinese and their government. Don't say nothing negative about your superiors and your fellow citizens. Everyone is equal. Wink Wink.


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