Responsibility To Others Quotes by Stuart Briscoe, Ralph Fiennes, Dean Koontz, John Green, George Foreman, Albert Ellis and many others.
If people concentrated on their responsibilities, others would have their rights.
Success is all about being able to extend love to people. The people I consider successful are so because of how they handle their responsibilities to other people, how they approach the future, people who have a full sense of the value of their life and what they want to do with it.
Your sense of responsibility to others can never be excessive.
Teenagers are extremely funny, and extremely clever and intellectually curious. But they’re also willing to ask questions about the meaning of life without disguising them around irony, and ask questions about what are our responsibilities to other people without having to couch it in irony.
Nobody can do everything well, so learn how to delegate responsibility to other winners and then hold them accountable for their decisions.
The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother, the ecology, or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny.
I am only one but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something.
Our mission in this new century is clear. For good or ill, we live in an interdependent world. We can’t escape each other. Therefore, we have to spend our lives building a global community of shared responsibilities, shared values, shared benefits.
Men must stop being jealous of their power and generously allow freedom and responsibility to others. The reward is harmonious families and society.
Prayer provides an opportunity to remind oneself of how one should be living, our responsibilities to others, our own failings, and our relative good fortune, should we have it. This is, I think, a pretty worthwhile practice and it is not something you can only do if you believe you are talking to an unseen creator.
And I didn’t know what that meant for a long time. It was only when I began to travel and look and live beyond my home that I understand my responsibility to others.
One main condition of aristocratic life was present in the South and not in the North–personal responsibility to other human beings for education and material welfare. (A Carnegie or a Ford, like a bureaucracy, molds the lives of millions without taking any responsibility.)
Until the great mass of the people shall be filled with the sense of responsibility for each other’s welfare, social justice can never be attained.
The more freedom we enjoy, the greater the responsibility we bear, toward others as well as ourselves.
All blame is a waste of time. No matter how much fault you find with another, it will not change you.
Patriarchy is based on appropriating rights and leaving responsibility to others.