Responsibilty Quotes

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Bob Dylan
“I think of a hero as someone who understands the degree of responsibility that comes with his freedom.”
Bob Dylan

Tyra Banks
“Take responsiblilty for yourself because no one's going to take responsibility for you.”
Tyra Banks

Nelson Algren
“The hard necessity of bringing the judge on the bench down into the dock has been the peculiar responsibility of the writer in all ages of man.”
Nelson Algren, Chicago: City on the Make

L. Ron Hubbard
“All real difficulty stems from no responsibility. Full responsibility is not fault; it is recognition of being cause.”
L. Ron Hubbard

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
“Si tu refuses d'être responsable des défaites, tu ne le seras point des victoires.
(chapitre CLXXV)”
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Citadelle

Robert Jordan
“When we Shienarans ride, every man knows who is next in line if the man in command falls. A chain unbroken right down to the last man left, even if he's nothing but a horseholder. That way, you see, even if he is the last man, he is not just a straggler running and trying to stay alive. He has the command,and duty calls him to do what must be done. If I go to the last embrace of the mother, the duty is yours. You will find the Horn, and you will take it where it belongs. You will.”
Robert Jordan, The Great Hunt

Henry Cloud
“Freedom comes from taking responsibility; bondage comes from giving it away.”
Henry Cloud, Changes That Heal: The Four Shifts That Make Everything Better…And That Anyone Can Do

Charles Dickens
“His high spiced wares were made to sell, and they sold; and his thousands of readers could as rationally charge their delight in filth upon him, as a glutton can shift upon his cook the responsibility of his beastly excess.”
Charles Dickens, Martin Chuzzlewit

Oche Otorkpa
“The Media and the internet have taken up the responsibility of molding the young ones amongst us, leaving us to pursue
the careers we treasure.”
Oche Otorkpa, The Unseen Terrorist

Oche Otorkpa
“.Ensuring that young people get the right information that will enable them make the right choices is a responsibility all citizens must take seriously”
Oche Otorkpa, The Unseen Terrorist

“We become equally responsible for the actions of others the instant we become conscious of what they are doing wrong but remain silent because we think it is right.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

“Your responsibility as an adult is accept your childhood and make your own choice of life.”
Kathy Mckeon

Israelmore Ayivor
“The desired shape your dreams take is directly proportional to the practical presentation of the theoretical skills that you have learnt.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Shaping the dream

“Has it ever occurred to you that the last thought before your falling asleep at night becomes the first thought on waking up in the morning? All night long, while you remain asleep, the thought stays within you in a seed form. And so, that which is the last thing at night becomes first in the morning. At the moment of your death all your desires will come together and become a seed. That very seed will consequently be the new life in the womb. You start fresh from where you left off.
Whatsoever you are is of your own making. Don’t blame others. As a matter of fact, there is no one whom you can blame. Basically it is the cumulative effect of your own actions. Whatsoever you are – beautiful or ugly, happy or unhappy, man or a woman – it is all a result of your actions. You are the architect of your life. Don’t blame on your stars – you’ll be simply fooling yourself. This way you are dumping the responsibility on to someone else.
No need to say God has sent you – don’t dump the responsibility on God. That’s just a strategy to avoid your own responsibility. You alone are the cause for being imprisoned in this body. One who understands perfectly that he himself is responsible for being in this world, a transformation takes place in his life.”
Osho, Bliss: Living beyond happiness and misery

Rutger Bregman
“If you’re an avid follower of the news, it’s easy to get trapped by hopelessness. What’s the point of recycling, paying taxes and donating to charities when others shirk their duty? If you’re tempted by such thoughts, remember that cynicism is just another word for laziness. It’s an excuse not to take responsibility. Because if you believe most people are rotten, you don’t need to get worked up about injustice. The world is going to hell either way.”
Rutger Bregman, Humankind: A Hopeful History

Alexander Lloyd Curran
“We live in a time where the Ring of Gyges could represent “power,” and how we use such power is reflected by our action and choices. Do we have a moral compass? Are we capable of anything or subject to being corrupted by absolute power? The old saying absolute power corrupts absolutely. I think the answer, in my humble opinion, is that with great power comes great responsibility. I would go further and say such influence and power used in the correct way, to ultimately help others or change the world for the better, is a positive possibility. The person who is truly content, resourceful and adaptive would not need such a lever to succeed as well. Although if money or power gives us access to more opportunities for travel, or work, or education for Lexivists who are focused on obtaining knowledge and positive activity which all is done in a way that is moderated rather than taken to an extreme of being corrupted, or being excessive. The choice is ours and how we act reflects our capacity to be virtuous, to continue to better ourselves as human beings and Lexivists.”
Alexander Lloyd Curran, Introduction to Lexivism