WHY NO ONE CAN ESCAPE BEING PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE.
If a nation or rather active citizens of a nation could successfully launch such campaigns and a good percentage of the populace begin to live by the principles of Personal Responsibility, which is “don’t blame others”, think of what you can do to fix it. Such a nation would cross the huddle of civilization in a record time.
Dear reader, if you are reading this article, are you going to begin with yourself by responding rather creatively to the issues you see around your nation? It is easy to say, but there is no way I could personally address every single problem in my nation, they are too many. Oh yea, you cannot fix all problems, but you can fix some problems, more importantly you could bring enlightenment to all others around you.
“Choices may be unbelievably hard, but they’re never impossible. To say you have no choice is to release yourself from responsibility and that’s not how a person with integrity acts.”― Patrick Ness
If each one, in your area of influence, would offer to do at least something about what they have a burden for, soon everybody in the nation would be doing something leading to a massive movement of enterprises, entrepreneurship, services, charities, etc.
“You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.” – Abraham Lincoln
The truth is that everyone, if he is human must be aware of his own responsibility for himself, for others, for all and for something. That is a part of what makes us human. This is because we are created to become an answer and a solution to some needs or the other in the world. We are all here to make our world a better place. If you would not take action and responsibility for those things you were created for, that does not mean you escape the responsibility, you still face that responsibility one way or the other. Unfortunately this realization often comes in form of regret, pain and sorrow.
“Eventually we all have to accept full and total responsibility for our actions, everything we have done, and have not done.” ― Hubert Selby Jr.
To be continued tomorrow with the following points:
- Examples of how we can personally responsible
- The consequences of inaction
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, CHURCH AND NATION