Social responsibility

Writing and etymology in Korean
사회적 책임
[sahoejeog chaeg-im]
社會的 責任
社會的 (사회적) [sahoejeog] – social
責任 (책임) [chaeg-im] – responsibility

Every person, without exception, has a responsibility that he must fulfill, without which his life has no meaning. We must think about what our responsibility is and what we can do to deal with it. Its implementation depends on the quality of our preparation.

In educational institutions we prepare for our future in society by specializing in certain areas. Once we complete our training we will take a place in society where we can apply our specialized knowledge. How correctly and adequately we handle our work will determine our success or failure. If in our company we do our job in such a way that people admire us, our position and our prestige will grow.

The level of work we do will be determined by how we feel about it. For example, whether we are considered employee number one, two or three will be determined by our level of achievement. Success in fulfilling responsibility comes when we are burning with desire and a sense of mission!

When thinking about the results of your work, people will consider not only one horizontal level, but also a vertical one; in other words, your past, present and future. Based on how we are coping now, they will see your past, your current situation, and how bright your future will be.

Next, let’s look at the nation. If it is faced with a certain project for which its entire population is mobilized, we can determine the future of the nation by how people take up this project. When we observe how people are coping with things now, that they are active and productive, burning with desire, ambition and a sense of mission, we can see the nation’s prospects for the future.

When you look at yourself in the mirror every morning, think about how you will fulfill your responsibility to society.