Welcome to our collection of Responsibility quotes! This page is dedicated to exploring the concept of responsibility and the importance it holds in our lives. Whether it be personal responsibility, social responsibility, or professional responsibility, these quotes shed light on the significance of taking ownership of our actions and choices.
Responsibility is a fundamental pillar of personal growth and development. It empowers us to recognize the impact of our decisions and the consequences they may have on ourselves and others. These quotes inspire us to embrace accountability, encouraging us to be proactive in making positive changes in our lives. They remind us that we have the power to shape our own destinies through accepting responsibility for our thoughts, feelings, and actions.
On a broader scale, Responsibility also encompasses our duty towards society and the environment. These quotes remind us of the importance of being responsible global citizens who strive to make a positive difference in the world. They encourage us to consider the impact our choices have on the well-being of others and inspire us to contribute to the betterment of society.
Whether you are seeking motivation to take personal responsibility, looking for guidance on fulfilling your social duties, or simply seeking insight on the concept of responsibility, these quotes offer wisdom and inspiration. So, dive in, explore, and let these quotes ignite a sense of responsibility within you!
Clemenza's overriding responsibility is to his family. He takes a moment out of his routine madness to remember that he had promised his wife that he would bring dessert home. His instruction to his partner in crime is an entire moral manifesto in six little words: 'Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
A writer should concern himself with whatever absorbs his fancy, stirs his heart, and unlimbers his typewriter. ... A writer has the duty to be good, not lousy: true, not false; lively, not dull; accurate, not full of error. He should tend to lift people up, not lower them down.
An ordinary mirror is silvered at the back but the window of the night train has darkness behind the glass. My face and the faces of other travellers were now mirrored on this darkness in a succession of stillnesses. Consider this, said the darkness: any motion at any speed is a succession of stillnesses; any section through an action will show just such a plane of stillness as this dark window in which your seeking face is mirrored. And in each plane of stillness is the moment of clarity that makes you responsible for what you do.
The brain is not a blind, reactive machine, but a complex, sensitive biocomputer that we can program. And if we don't take the responsibility for programming it, then it will be programmed unwittingly by accident or by the social environnement.
Mama was a stickler on keeping your word. That's helped me to make the right decisions in so many situations. Because of that, I also think really hard before I make a decision because I know I'm going to have to see it through.
It feels like I am covering all aspects of what I do and operating in the gift God gave me. I believe God has freed me up to go in some other places because I am responsible and understand the power of music.
The wind, one brilliant day, called to my soul with an odor of jasmine. "In return for the odor of my jasmine, I'd like all the odor of your roses." "I have no roses; all the flowers in my garden are dead." "Well then, I'll take the withered petals and the yellow leaves and the waters of the fountain." the wind left. And I wept. And I said to myself: "What have you done with the garden that was entrusted to you?
Everything has changed and we're all living in one city now. What happens somewhere affects things everywhere, so I have to be careful and whatever stories I work on, I want them to have redeeming moral values.
When one is undone—sprawled across the cold tile of a public bathroom in a pool of one’s own vomit, or shivering in the back of a taxi in a pair of urine-soaked skinny jeans with no money for cab fare and a dead cell phone battery—much like a wobbly toddler or an unhinged politician, one immediately looks for someone else to blame. God. Your parents. Ex-girlfriends. Undocumented immigrants. Marvin in Human Resources. China.