The adult is mature; the child is immature.

The hallmark of the immature is to shirk responsibility; the characteristic of the mature is to take responsibility.
While we understand that so much of being an effective human being is based on being responsible, the message that comes to us from society at large is “I’m not responsible,” and “It’s not my fault.” It’s almost counter-cultural to be responsible.

This Shmuz focuses us on the role that responsibility plays in all of our relationships and its significance in allowing us to reach our potential.

Responsibility Audio

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