Do you consider yourself to be a responsible person? Why? In what ways?
Do you consider it important for your friends and family members to be responsible? Why?
Think about somebody you know who is very responsible. How does that person demonstrate responsibility? Does that make you respect him/her more?
What does the golden rule have to do with responsibility?
What is the relationship between blaming and responsibility? Think about what some of your biggest problems are in school. Do you blame anyone for those problems?
"My future is up to me." Do you agree with that idea? Explain.
It's been said that "There are no rights without responsibility, and there is no responsibility without rights." What does that mean? Do you agree? What is the relationship between rights and responsibilities?
We can separate problems into three categories: ones we have no control over, ones we have some influence over, and ones we have total control over. How would it help resolve our problems to look at them in this way?
"You can't control what life puts at your doorstep, but you have complete control over how you respond to it." What does that mean? How can you apply this principle to your daily life?
What does being responsible have to do with the quality of your character?
What are the benefits of being a responsible person? How do you benefit from the responsibility of others?
Are you more responsible if you do what you are given in a better way.. to your best? Why? Why not?
Words for a Wordle What emphasis will you put into the list by the number of repeated words? Value value value value value value the state or fact of being responsible, answerable, or accountable for something within one's power, control, or management instance of being responsible Responsibility particular burden of obligation who responsible: the responsibilities of authority person or thing for which one is responsible A child is a Responsibility to its parents. reliability or dependability, especially in meeting debts or payments own Responsibility, initiative or authority: He changed the order on his own Responsibility. accountability, blame albatross amenability answerability authority boundness burden care charge constraint contract culpability duty encumbrance engagement fault guilt holding the bag importance incubus incumbency liability obligation obligatoriness onus pledge power rap restraint subjection trust exemption freedom immunity ir Responsibility noun: maturity, trustworthiness ability capableness capacity competency conscientiousness dependability dependableness efficiency faithfulness firmness honesty levelheadedness loyalty rationality reliability sensibleness soberness stability steadfastness trustiness uprightness distrust immaturity ir Responsibility the state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someone."women bear children and take Responsibility for childcare" authority, control, power, leadership, management, influence; the state or fact of being accountable or to blame for something. claimed individual group individual group Responsibility blame, fault, guilt, culpability, blameworthiness, liability Responsibility is taking care of your duties answering-for-your-actions. accountability. Choices process process process process process Choices choices choices trustworthiness. judgment. Judgment, judgment judgment freedom freedom freedom freedom Why is being responsible important living-honorably. Responsibility accountable-behavior. Responsibility dependable Right-thing Right-thing Right-thing Right-thing Trustworthy Trustworthy trustworthy