Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Responsibility






You become responsible forever for what you’ve tamed is a sentence from a very famous book called The Little Prince (The Little Prince, quote).




You become eternally responsible for all you captivate is a new way of writing this sentence, and if we write it this way, we get a broader meaning. 




A woman has used this sentence in recent times to imply that we should keep on being her friend forever if we captivate her, like if we make her stop, pay attention, bond, and etc.




It may sound silly at the start, but she actually seems to get the effects that she wants after she gives people this sentence on a nice card: People seem to keep it in their souls, and they never ever seem to stop being her friends. 




This sentence should be a must for adults in all walks of life because it may change this world into a better place.




For instance, when a person accepts being a police officer, they captivate the love of the public automatically, since the public expects them to now die for their rights if necessary. From that day onwards, they become the equivalent to a savior or hero in the hearts and minds of people.




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously means acting accordingly. This way, a cop could never attack people instead of serving.




When a person accepts the position of teacher, they captivate the admiration of others automatically. People expect them, from that moment onwards, to be so generous as to teach by means of walking students through their own shortcuts, the shortcuts they have found after lengthy study on how to learn something more efficiently. 




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously, once more, means acting accordingly. This way, a teacher could never create difficulties to learning something instead of facilitating the entire process of acquisition of new pieces of knowledge.




When a person accepts a position in management, say supervisor, coordinator, head, director, and others, they captivate the respect of others. People, from that moment onwards, expect them to have more wisdom than everyone else and therefore always be there when a conflict arises in order to make things fair for all parties involved.




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously means acting accordingly. This way, a manager could never start conflict themselves.




When a person takes another as a public partner, so say they introduce another to their relatives or circle of friends/acquaintances somehow (even if by means of social media) as a girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, de facto or another, those who have been introduced to that person expect them to be faithful and loyal to them to an extreme.




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously means acting accordingly. This way, a partnered adult should never flirt with others.




When a person says they have a little sister and they introduce that sister as their sister to others, people expect them to take care of that little sister somehow and protect her against harm, as a minimum thing.




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously means acting accordingly. This way, an older sibling could never attack the basic rights of their little sister or let them be attacked.




The same applies to aunts, uncles, grandparents, parents, and everyone else in a family, of course.




When a person says I am Catholic, people expect them to do things in the biblical way.




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously means acting accordingly. This way, a person who declares themselves Catholic could never steal. Then it obviously does not matter what they could be stealing, say basic rights, property or happiness: It is expected that they will never do it.




When a person says I love you to another, the person who received their I love you will expect them to never injure them intentionally and still do everything that they can do to protect their basic rights, happiness, health, and others. 




Becoming responsible for that effect obviously means acting accordingly. This way, a person who says I love you to another could never violate their basic rights themselves or let those be violated, could never steal their happiness or let it be stolen, could never intentionally make them go ill or let others do that to them.




The right way to analyze our actions is obviously try to put ourselves in the shoes of the people who are victims of those and make a list of possible expectations, that is, possible effects of our actions in their hearts, minds, and souls.




That is what we do in The Game Of Life at The Empire.




This little sentence is a powerful weapon to understand and control things in a way to keep our three magical spheres in perfect alignment (Our Three Spheres).




Keep it somewhere accessible, say in our diary, could be of aid.





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