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Irresponsibility

irresponsibility is…



Irresponsibility is lacking accountability; not answerable, liable or chargeable.


Irresponsibility is to transfer, shift or relocate blame for your behavior and condition to someone else.


Irresponsibility is the abandonment or the forsaking; desertion; relinquishment of conscience and the ignorance of accountability.



irresponsibility is being…



Irresponsibility is being undependable or untrustworthy; unreliable; unstable.


Irresponsibility is being uncommitted or indifferent, unconcerned and not devoted.


Irresponsibility is being lax or casual; careless; slack sloppy; negligent; overindulgent.


Irresponsibility is being loose or disreputable; lewd; promiscuous; debauched; libertine; licentious.


Irresponsibility is being untrustworthy or unfaithful; fickle; devious; two-faced; disloyal; fair-weather.


Irresponsibility is being immoral or corrupt; unprincipled; unethical; obscene; evil; wicked; unrighteous.


Irresponsibility is being unresponsive to authority – being insensitive and apathetic to management and administration.



how irresponsibility is manifested…



Irresponsibility is manifested through the following:


a: Gossiping


Using your mouth and hands for trivial talk and malicious writing, spreading scandalous rumors, slander and character assassination.


b: Bickering


Engaging in petty bad-tempered quarrels, wrangling, finding fault constantly and being occupied with trifles of petty details.


c: Complaining


Incessant moaning and lamenting over past grievances, finding fault and always passing blame on others other than yourself.


d: Competing


Measuring oneself against others, always wanting what others have, disregarding your differences and other people’s hard work.


e: Prejudice


Having an adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without the knowledge or thorough examination of the facts.


f: Jealousy


Envy others - harboring resentment - being covetousness and spiteful - having ill will, hatred, suspicion, mistrust and malignity toward others.


g: Immaturity


Displayed by an acute lack of restraint or juvenility; babyishness; rawness and unpreparedness in every given task.


h: Back-biting


Speaking spitefully or slanderously about another Man or defamation; vilification and using venomous language to express blame.





irresponsibility is…




Irresponsibility is lacking accountability; not answerable, liable or chargeable.


Irresponsibility is to transfer, shift or relocate blame for your behavior and condition to someone else.


Irresponsibility is the abandonment or the forsaking; desertion; relinquishment of conscience and the ignorance of accountability.




irresponsibility is being…




Irresponsibility is being undependable or untrustworthy; unreliable; unstable.


Irresponsibility is being uncommitted or indifferent, unconcerned and not devoted.


Irresponsibility is being lax or casual; careless; slack sloppy; negligent; overindulgent.


Irresponsibility is being loose or disreputable; lewd; promiscuous; debauched; libertine; licentious.


Irresponsibility is being untrustworthy or unfaithful; fickle; devious; two-faced; disloyal; fair-weather.


Irresponsibility is being immoral or corrupt; unprincipled; unethical; obscene; evil; wicked; unrighteous.


Irresponsibility is being unresponsive to authority – being insensitive and apathetic to management and administration.




how irresponsibility is manifested…



Irresponsibility is manifested through the following:



a: Gossiping



Using your mouth and hands for trivial talk and malicious writing, spreading scandalous rumors, slander and character assassination.



b: Bickering



Engaging in petty bad-tempered quarrels, wrangling, finding fault constantly and being occupied with trifles of petty details.



c: Complaining



Incessant moaning and lamenting over past grievances, finding fault and always passing blame on others other than yourself.



d: Competing



Measuring oneself against others, always wanting what others have, disregarding your differences and other people’s hard work.



e: Prejudice



Having an adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without the knowledge or thorough examination of the facts.



f: Jealousy



Envy others - harboring resentment - being covetousness and spiteful - having ill will, hatred, suspicion, mistrust and malignity toward others.



g: Immaturity



Displayed by an acute lack of restraint or juvenility; babyishness; rawness and unpreparedness in every given task.



h: Back-biting



Speaking spitefully or slanderously about another Man or defamation; vilification and using venomous language to express blame.

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