Who makes decisions and is entrusted with responsibility?
Only the person can make individual free decisions, not limited but enhanced by responsibility.
Direct or indirect consequences form a relationship of justice both with those who benefit or suffer from them, and with the higher authority that calls, entrusts tasks and goods and asks for reason about the deed.
Personal responsibility recurs also within rules and laws that regulate various actions, wherever the choice remains free.
Life often requires choices between conflicting logics, which together would induce to limp; we rather have to either hate one master and love the other and to follow the teaching and example of righteousness, meekness and sharing.