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J . The Rules of Individual Responsibility

Every individual is primarily responsible for conforming the conduct of said individual to the standards established by society as a whole. Every individual is also responsible for the development of said individual, which development includes acquiring the wisdom, knowledge, and skills necessary to contribute to society in some capacity, to the extent the individual is capable of so contributing. Every individual is also responsible for achieving enlightenment of "self," family, tribe, and society as a whole. Family leaders, tribal leaders, and other responsible individuals may also be held as partly responsible for the aberrant conduct of individuals, including the failure to properly develop individuals and/or the failure to achieve the necessary enlightenment of individuals, when individuals for whom they have leadership responsibility have failed in their individual responsibilities as outlined herein, to the extent that the negligent and/or willful acts of said family leaders, tribal leaders, and/or other responsible individuals may be deemed to have led to the aberrant conduct or other failure(s) in question.


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