It seems that a generation (or maybe two or three generations) of children (who are now legally adult age) have been raised to eschew any kind of personal responsibility in their lives. (I’m not saying all in these generations are that way, but there is certainly a large number.) Many in these generations expect others to take care of them, expect others to accept the blame, expect others to coddle them and concede to whatever they desire.
Isn’t it interesting that such a mindset is 100% opposed to the mindset that God calls upon His creation to have! God calls upon His creation to work (2 Thess. 3:10). God calls upon His creation to pay their debts (Rom. 13:7). God calls upon His creation to help others, rather than always expecting others to help them (Eph. 4:28). God calls upon His creation to confess wrongs committed (Jas. 5:16) and seek to reconcile with those wronged (Matt. 5:23-24). God calls upon His creation to refuse to possess or act upon selfish ambitions (Phil. 2:3-4). Oh, that God’s creation would take responsibility!