Responsibility is being reliable and dependable.
“Responsibility finds a way. Irresponsibilty makes excuses!”
—Gene Bedley National Educator Of The Year
“The price of greatness is responsibility.”
—Sir Winston Churchill British Statesman, Prime Minister, Author, Nobel Prize Winner
“To decide, to be at the level of choice, is to take responsibility for your life and to be in control of your life.”
—Abbie M. Dale
“Parents can only give good advice or put [their children] on the right path, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.”
—Anne Frank Diarist
“Ability is a wonderful thing, but its value is greatly enhanced by dependability. Ability implies repeatability and accountability. ”
—Robert A. Heinlein Novelist, Short Story Author, Essayist, Screenwriter
Stories About Responsibility
Haunted House Ceo
Submitted by Christine
I was in 8th grade, and every year the 8th grade science teacher set up a haunted house for our school's fall carnival. The...
What Is Responsability
Submitted by Tom Meyer
When I was about 7, my Father gave me regular task to perform- taking out the trash. I noticed that my friend Bobby next door...
Submitted by Chrissi
In middle school, I was on student council. Every year our STUGO (Student Government) held a Talent Show. There was a week of...
Everyday Hero Stories
My hero is my father. Through thick and thin in my life, no matter what, I can always count on my dad. Now I have a daughter...
Laverne is the founder and Executive Director of the Greater Peoria Parent Youth Outreach. She believes that ordinary people...
Helen was abused and had a very rough life as a child. She had been married four times and had three children by the age of...
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Abebe, Addis Ababa
I love this website, I use it all the time in my classroom when we talk about values. It has great videos too! Very short one but meaningful!
I love this website! It is so good for kids and older to go to this website!
We need to leave behind: "I didn't know, I didn't understand, I didn't think" and take responsibility for our actions. It is time to take responsibility to know, to understand and to think for ourselves without blaming others or expecting others to do it for us.
My father had this saying:
You can pretend to care but you can't pretend to show up.
George L. Bell
Greg B, Fruit Heights, Ut