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Friday, February 3, 2012

Taking the blame for one’s mistakes is also an act of responsibility


If a teen gets his girlfriend pregnant it is his responsibility to assure the good health and welfare of the baby.

Responsibility is everywhere. We can’t deny the fact that we can pan out whatever plans or goals to carry out in this filthy world. It’s true that responsibility is everywhere like when you wake up in the morning, you can jibe and concur with the time at work, and  go to sleep early just to come by or acquire for refreshing moments in your daily activities.

Taking the blame for one’s mistakes is also an act of responsibility, and it is the hardest part to do in your life. For instance, if you are at the market and accidentally hit a parked car, who is responsible for that accident? Is it the owner or you who accidentally hit the parked car?

Well, the question lies in us to further excogitate the scenarios. It is one’s responsibility to either wait for the owner of the vehicle or leave a card with one's info just to take care of the inevitable dilemmas in one’s life--to come across with that kind of shocking and nerve-breaking experience is not good to execute by the concerned person.

In a family, the father's responsibility is to assure the welfare of his family by providing whatever it takes to reach the peak of success; consequently, the mother's responsibility is to take care of the family members too, including the house chores while the father is doing his daily work or  labor.

The responsibility of the children is to honor and make them proud of their mother and father as their parents.

Lastly, responsibility widens the scope of universal concepts about success and richness; whether we like it or not, it goes beyond what is tolerable or intolerable in the eyes of the public.

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