1. The state of being able and willing to make decisions and take actions for things, people, animals, relationships, jobs, or other zones of life. True responsibility is not about blame, guilt, or finding fault. It’s about owning your actions and recognizing that your actions and decisions cause things.
The nonrecognition and denial of the right of intervention between oneself and any being, idea, matter, energy, space, time or form, and the assumption of full right of determination over it.
1. the ability and willingness to assume the status of fullsource and cause for all efforts and counter-efforts on all dynamics. (AP&A, p.57) 3. full responsibility is not fault; it is recognition of being cause. (AP&A, p. 58) 4. willingness to make or unmake barriers. (PAB 30) 5. the feeling that one can operate something. (PAB31) 6. the area or sphere of influence the individual can rationally affect around other people, life, mest and the general environment. (SOS, p. 142) 7. admission of control of space, energy and objects. (PDC 4) 8. it is willingness to own or act or use or be. (PDC 56) 9. the concept of being able to care for, to reach or to be. (HCO PL 17 Jan 62) 10. “admit causing,” “able to withhold.” (HCOB 21Jan 60, Responsibility
1. the state, quality or fact of being responsible, and responsible means legally or ethically accountable for the care or welfare of another. Involving personal accountability or ability to act without guidance or superior authority. Being the source or cause of something. Capable of making moral or rational decisions on one’s own and therefore answerable for one’s behavior. Able to be trusted or depended upon; reliable. Based upon or characterized by good judgement or sound thinking. (HCO PL 29 Oct 71 II) 2. the way not to have is to ignore or combat or with-draw from. These three, ignoring or combatting or withdrawing sum up to no having. They also sum up to no responsibility for such things. Thus we can define responsiBbility as the concept of being able to care for or reach or to be. To be responsible for something one does not actually have to care for it, or reach it or be it. One only needs to believe or know that he has the ability to care for it, reach it or be it. “Care for it” is a broader concept than but similar to start, change or stop it. It includes guard it, help it, like it, be interested in it, etc. (HCO PL 17 Jan 62)