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If Everyone Took Responsibility for Something or Someone Else Today…

When things get put on automatic, when we allow ourselves to even think that ‘someone else is responsible’, ‘someone else can take care of it’, then we are headed downward and not upward in the grand scope of things.  We’ve assigned ourselves as Effect and not as CAUSE individually and collectively. IN essence, we’ve allowed ourselves to become irresponsible.

Questions: Do you want a better world, do you want a better community, do you want a better family, or a better marriage?  Then you’d better take responsibility for it! What could be worse than having a fight every month in your marriage?  What would be a problem you can think up that would be worse than that? A loss in several months of income perhaps?  or a family divided and not living together…YOU think that part up! and then what part of losing several months of income or a family divided and living separately could you be responsible for?  Don’t like the government?  Then decide that you’ll be responsible for some part of it and quit ‘leaving it up to someone else to do something about it’!  YOU/ME can do something about it…anything if we but just decide to do so but DO IT! Start at the family or local level…and be responsible for that. Take it upon yourself to communicate to others and then decide to listen to others, too.

Who or what can you take care of today?  Take responsibility for someone other than yourself.  Want a better marriage?  Then find something you could be responsible for in that marriage.  Is YOUR freedom and rights on automatic leaving it up to someone else to defend or protect this state or country you live in?  If you are not actively taking part, then TAKE YOURSELF OFF of automatic and do something about it instead of just taking care of Number #1.  And quit complaining about things the way the are…quit your petty gossiping and your petty grievances and get into ACTION. If we could each of us do this just today, it would be a better world almost instantly.

Decide this moment to take responsibility for others than yourself today.  

I AM RESPONSIBLE. 

I CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT AND I’M IN ACTION NOW.

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Victim or Doer

Some people, including myself, have been in the category of victim at some point of our lives.  Why?  Well, for many reasons as we all can surmise.  I will not to go into the many and varied reasons here in this brief, but what I do want to go into is addressing the following question:

Does living life constitute just ‘watching’ it or being the effect of it or does living life mean that you actually get in there and do something pro-active, productive or causative with your life?  I hold the belief that times continue to change and so much so lately in regard to surviving and thriving, that one must grab life by the horns or it will eventually eat you up.  This means personally and collectively.  I  believe that our Supreme Being gave each one of us the means and the ability to survive.  Maybe the means and the abilities are different, but what if you could actually know the technology of how to do something and then practice it until you got really good at it so as to not be the effect or victim of it but the cause of good things happening in your life and in others lives as well?

Do you believe that you are accountable and responsible for everything that happens to you in life?  Are you a victim of life or a person that learns the basics of life and applies them?

How well off financially can you or I be? What does it mean to be wealthy and upon what does wealth depend?  How about being happy and successful in relationships, creating that beautiful marriage, having strong and healthy children mentally, physically and spiritually, or holding down a job, communicating effectively and so forth?  How does one go about life to learn and apply all of this much needed knowledge?

I leave that question up to you to answer for yourself, but here’s some help if you are curious.

I am certain of this:  “In seeking the Truth, we discover ourselves…In living the Truth, we define ourselves.” Mary Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®.

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