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If its never our fault, we cant take responsibility for it. If we cant take responsibility for it, well always be its vi
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"If it's never our fault, we can't take responsibility for it. If we can't take responsibility for it, we'll always be its victim"

- Richard Bach

About this Quote

This quote by Richard Bach talks to the value of taking duty for our actions. It recommends that if we never ever take duty for our mistakes, we will always be victims of our own circumstances. By not taking duty, we are unable to gain from our mistakes and grow as individuals. Taking duty for our actions allows us to learn from our errors and progress individuals. It likewise permits us to take control of our lives and make favorable modifications. Taking obligation for our actions is an important step in ending up being a much better person and accomplishing our objectives. It is also a sign of maturity and strength. By taking obligation for our actions, we can progress and develop a better future for ourselves.

About the Author

Richard Bach This quote is written / told by Richard Bach somewhere between June 23, 1936 and today. He was a famous Novelist from USA. The author also have 47 other quotes.

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