Being responsible refers to our ability to make decisions that serve our own interests and the interests of others. We first need to be responsible for ourselves before we can be responsible for others. In learning to be more responsible it is important that we know our limitations. It does not matter how smart we are, there is only so much responsibility that a person can handle. It is also important to remember that we are not responsible for things that are out of our control, for example, how other people feel or how they react to ourselves or others. Sharing responsibility for both success and failure can lead to increased responsibility to oneself and others.
When you hear the word “responsibility,” what do you think of first? Many people think of the word BLAME, as in, “Whose responsibility is this?” I think of responsibility as seizing what’s in front of you, exerting choice, and taking control. The real meaning of responsibility is the ability to respond. It’s going out and creating what you want through personal choices. The responsibility that each of us has is that we are completely, 100% responsible for how our lives turn out. If you think that being responsible at all
Asks questions about policies, procedures, or requirements that are not understood. Negative attitudes are very common. As we grow older we are faced with the coming of independence, which in turn brings responsibility. Teachers and students both get rest when they get along with each other. I believe that a more responsible world begins with each individual. You could cook a beautiful steak and put it in front of me, but you can't eat it for me, is that correct And you can't go to the bathroom for me. Handles academic matters himherself rather than asking others to do it. Again, it's a free choice, ok And I don't choose to keep some "duty" for eternity that's my own choice; and I was responsible for accepting the duty, nobody laid it on me. In school they expect you to be responsible all the time. Know academic requirements for enrollment and graduation. We must turn away from a feel-good society and become a society that believes in right and wrong, and acting with kindness, generosity, justice, and responsibility. Responsibility isn't something to fear, but something to work hard at.