What does it mean to be responsible?

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This Thursday 25 August is our next Earth School inner circle call with hand analysis expert Richard Unger.
Richard is the guru of gurus when it comes to hand analysis and author of LifePrints: deciphering your life purpose from your fingerprints.

The topic this month?

What does it mean to be responsible?

During the call we’ll look at 3 different types of responsibility:
emotional responsibility,
spiritual responsibility and
intellectual responsibility.

What does it mean to be responsible?
What do hands tells us about this subject ?
What separates the Responsibles from the Irresponsibles ?
and lots more…
We’ll be exploring hand prints with Richard again and listening to what he has to say after more than 40 years of studying hands while pondering this topic.

If you can’t make the call live you can download the replay
What do our hands tell us about this subject? Richard has deep wisdom to share with us on this subject.
I’m really looking forward to hearing what he has to say.

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Here’s an example of how a strong sense of responsibility shows up in hands.

responsibility and follow through palm marker
A clear unbroken line running from wrist to middle finger is a sure sign that the person with this marker is highly responsible and good at follow through. This line is known as a Saturn line after the mythological god who most respresents these qualities. Traditionally this line was also called the career or fate line.

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8 thoughts on “What does it mean to be responsible?

  1. Anja Reply

    Does it matter if the strong unbroken line is in the left hand or right hand? Should it be in both hands? I wonder if it matters if you are left or right handed? Overall it is a very interesting subject to think and learn more about.

  2. Sonny@Kids' Art Reply

    I read somewhere that a person who finished what he started was usually a person who had discipline and good character. So does it follow that a person with the palm feature described above has those 2 traits?

    • Jenna Griffiths Post authorReply

      Hi Sonny
      Good point. Discipline or followthrough but good character is a more complex subject.
      For example, is someone stubborn ,firm minded or pig headed? In a sense these are all the same but in another sense totally different.
      The hands will show a characteristic but not how it’s used.
      So, you could never say “This person will steal from you.” But rather, “If this person were to steal from you, this is how they would do it.”

      Big difference don’t you think?

  3. Mey Phing Feli Reply

    I think the way to be responsible is to follow what your teacher told you to do. Like my friend Bryan ,when my teacher told him to clean up his desk he just says yes but he writes or draw in the table.

  4. Eulah Reply

    I do trust all the ideas you have offered for your post.
    They are really convincing and can certainly work.

    Still, the posts are very short for newbies. May just you please lengthen
    them a little from next time? Thanks for the post.

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