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Hobbes's avatar

I’m… not entirely sure what you’re asking here. But if I understand the question correctly, I’m accountable to my friends and family, to the government, to the people of the world in general, and to my own moral sense.

shadling21's avatar

Can you please clarify the question?

gooch's avatar

To God, my family, and myself.

Harp's avatar

Well, nobody places greater demands on me than I myself do. Nobody comes down on me quite as hard when I screw up as I myself do. No one is quite as hard for me to please as I myself am.

I can’t think of anyone else who would do a better job of keeping me in line than this stern critic here in my own skin. I try my darndest to keep from pissing him off.

Nimis's avatar

What Harp said.
But probably wouldn’t have captured my sentiments quite so nicely.

allengreen's avatar

To yourself. Period.

Bri_L's avatar

My god, my kids, my conscience

scamp's avatar

I don’t understand the question. Would you re-word it for me?

stratman37's avatar

Find someone who you trust, would never lie to, and is a good enough friend to ask you all the time: “how are you really doing?”

CMaz's avatar

I am personally accountable to myself. So as long as I can live with myself all is good. Being accountable to others feelings is a compromise, then you need to ask. How much compromise of your own self are you willing to do in order to have something or someone else. We all have a breaking point. Can you live with it. And if you can, then you are accountable.

zachs94's avatar

To Chuck Norris

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