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What does it mean to be responsible?

talking while driving
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.
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Are you responsible or irresponsible?

One of my father’s favorite sayings was “Let’s give the cat the canary!”
He’d say this whenever he was about to throw caution to the wind and be ridiculously generous.
give the cat the canary

When he and my mother were young entrepreneurs just starting out, their bank manager once said,
“Mr and Mrs Griffiths, you two are skating on very thin ice!”
Somehow they fell in love with this idea. Decades later they were still looking lovingly into each other’s eyes and repeating his warning to each other in deep, gravelly voices.

Were they irresponsible? Not at all. They were good solid citizens. But they got a thrill from going for it even if they didn’t have a huge bank balance. There’s a thin line between enjoying life and not caring about the consequences.

How about you?
Do you skate on thin ice?
Fly kites in storms or perhaps even give the cat the canary?

Our next call with Richard Unger is on the topic is responsibility vs irresponsibility.

We’ll be looking at three types of responsibility:

Emotional responsibility, intellectual responsibility and spiritual responsibility
and exploring what hands have to say about this subject.

Richard has thought deeply about this subject over more than 40 years of reading hands and I’m really looking forward to hearing his views.

For more information, or to join this call, go here:

I was totally irresponsible this summer and took an extended break (or perhaps that’s being responsible??)
I’ve posted at bit on this in Earth School.