I am responsible for my life. I accept self-responsibility.
Today, I stand tall and brace my shoulders and with the courage of a hero and the smile of a conqueror and accept the truth that each of us is accountable for our lives, that each of us creates our destiny.
I take responsibility for my choices as well as the consequences of my actions.
Today, I know that I am in charge of my success, my failure, my happiness, my sorrow, my glow, my gloom, my victory, my defeat, my wealth, my poverty, my peace as well as my restlessness, my health, my dis-ease, my progress, my backwardness, the friends I choose and the enemies I make, my love, my disgust, my hope, my despair, my courage, my fear, my willingness, my indifference, my balance, my bias, my goals, my aimlessness, my faith, my doubt, my dreams, my nightmares, my desires, my fulfillment, my liberty, my limitations, my reaction, my response, my freedom and my bondage.
Today, I no longer seek to control or to change the world or a country or the society I live in or my family or my friends. I realize that wisdom lies in accepting that I have control over my life alone.
Today, I turn my excuses into reasons to grow and fault-finding into learning outcomes. I take control of my thoughts and begin to build my life anew.
And each day, I recollect the truth during my working hours, and remember it when I am home and affirm it upon waking and as I go to sleep. In time, the truth shall set me free.
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‘Self-responsibility shows up as a proactive approach to work and life, whereas a lack of self responsibility shows up as an observer mentality’ from Do you have an observer mentality? and Accepting full responsibility of your life by Martin at EruptingMind
Robert H. Schuller and the Ethics of Success by Alfred Klassen which is based on a study of ten of the books authored by Robert H Schuller.
‘Self-responsibility means acknowledging that you are responsible for your life. It means acknowledging that you are the sole master of yourself’ from Self-Responsibility by Sam Alexander at Glowing Face Man
How successful people think by John Maxwell
Related thoughts of Great Men and Women
Responsible persons are mature people who have taken charge of themselves and their conduct, who own their actions and own up to them–who answer for them.–William J. Bennett from The Book of Virtues: A Treasury of Great Moral Stories 3
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.–Albert Ellis
God has entrusted me with myself.–Epictetus