Everyone should have a sense of responsibility to his own successes and failures subconsciously. Here is an awakening to taking responsibilities.  I’ve seen myself had best grades in tests and immediately my mind would be engaged and claimed to be responsible for the best results. My reward center would sense the success and give a head up, reminiscing those times of sleepless nights also depriving myself of some pleasures just to come out with the best. This sense of responsibility initiates, enhances, and stimulates positive vibes to other tasks ahead me which keeps me motivated to perform excellently well forever.

However, we don’t expect to win all times. A few moments in time I was with average grades, I never stopped taking responsibility for my failures. I realized I couldn’t prepare well probably due to ill health or schedules at hand. This sense (of responsibility) made me buckle up and improve on the subsequent tests ahead.

The story line sends a message which is, celebrate the successes and improve from your failures. The only way you discern between successes and failures is taking responsibilities. Even though your failure is induced by other factors beyond your control, just take the responsibility on yourself rather than complain. This way, you can forgive the system and strategize to come out better than they’ve thought. This applies to all areas of our lives. Take responsibilities today!

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