Responsibility

Responsibility & why we need it. Why is responsibility so important? Don’t we as adults need to teach our children about responsibility as they grow up instead of letting them learn after they are already out the door & on their own?  What does responsibility mean?  How responsible are we as adults?  We as adults need to not work so hard to pay bills we can’t afford, because then there is no time for your children to learn what responsibility is if there is no one to keep show them where they are making mistakes.  We need to help them learn how to correct their mistakes which shows them how we as adults can be responsible in what we do.  Responsibility is like anything else as you are trained & are training your children, you learn to be better & make better decisions which increase what your wisdom is & how it affects you & your family.

Responsibility by the dictionary means that a person who does a task or is out & about in whatever he or she is doing becomes accountable for his or her actions.  This means that the person who happens to empty trash is accountable for where they empty it & making sure if there is something dropped will be picked up so that there are no problems later on.  This person has to know that they are not littering or out spraying bridges or getting into trouble at all.  If getting into trouble is how you consider being responsible, then you will end up either getting your parents involved or finding that you as the person who did this will be accountable & responsible & will be having consequences through your actions.  Responsibility is important throughout your whole entire lifetime.  You as a person cannot look up to others expecting to become them, or whoever it is when learning responsibility, as the actions you perform & copy could get you into trouble as well if not thinking about what is going on.  Responsibility is included in the time you get up in the morning until you go to bed at night.  There are actions also if you happen to do something if asleep, too.  If you lose something in the middle of the night while asleep or something else, it will be your job to find out what happened to that item you lost or misplaced at that time.  Responsibility is about you & you alone.  This means you cannot blame others if you are at fault.  That is why responsibility is so important when doing anything even if it is at work also.  Do not blame others for your mistakes!  Stand up & be the person who knows how to do what is right & will never get into trouble where you miss family & loved ones you have close to you.  Know what is right from wrong!  Believe in yourself & be accountable for what you do.

Adults need to be accountable & responsible as well.  They are no better than anyone else in this country.  We have equal rights & that also means that we have an equal share of what we do & what is done that is wrong that can be brought before your superiors.  Responsibility will take you to different places in your life & bring you a better life or will be a messed up life instead.  We as adults should already know this in all situations as we were taught at home, school, outside, inside & also at work too.  Adults are no special case for not having to be responsible & need to be on their best behavior as well.  There are so many professions & things we do in our lifetime that make us who we are & be accountable as well as responsible for what we do.  Rules & regulations are there to keep all of us in check along with how we deal with our own internal actions as well as our external reactions from others when in daily activities.  Life isn’t about chaos & what we can get away with in this world.  It is just like Steven Segal’s movie, “Above The Law” where things happen around you & you take the situation & be responsible for what the outcome is.  If we are the parents to our children, they would act better & not have the say so & try to be like others that aren’t taught anything about responsibility.  Actions, reactions, decisions, methods, etc. are all about being accountable & having responsibility.

Please take this as a way of teaching others & your own family members about how having responsibility works for everyone!