Most of the leaders that I read about and philosophers have self-reliance and so-called self-responsibility. Leaders are the ones who realize their life is their responsibility.
For instance, you may think you are not responsible for what is happening to you on an everyday basis, I believe we are even responsible for that.
We are responsible for what we think, how we feel and responsible for our perceptions. Even though you are not responsible for what is happening to you or what is happening in your life, you’re still responsible for how you react.
No matter what happens to you, you can change anything into an opportunity.
Whatever happens to you in your life you can see it with bare and awakened eyes. You can see the good and bad, the drawbacks and the benefit of the situation in every single situation.
You will either see that the situation was a teaching experience. It is up to you to choose to fall into your biases and judgments. If you start thinking this a good or bad in the end, you will create trauma.
People who have self-governance, governing their lives and are the ones who are not choosing to create trauma.
We are falling when we judge and we are rising when we are objective.
The moment when we are more objective and have a balanced perception create self-responsibility.
There is another level in self-responsibility that I am responsible for anything.
Every little thing happening in my life is about my vision and my mind. If you do not start saying I’m responsible for everything, you won’t get to the power of your mind.