4 edition of An introduction to adult responsibility found in the catalog.
An introduction to adult responsibility
Alan Byron Potter
Bibliography: p. 169.
|Statement||by Alan B. Potter.|
|LC Classifications||H83 .P67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||75887304|
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Still, even the author who said, "Vanity of by: 3. I. Introduction a. personal responsibility: 1. Personal responsibility begins inside and moves outward. We have to begin with ourselves and take responsibility for our thoughts, choices, actions and reactions. Then we can be responsible for the circumstances we create in our world.
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