Take responsibility for the actions you can control. When I had a day job before I retired into writing, I sought responsible employees who would take charge of their area and make things happen. When a problem occurs, valued people step in to find a solution. This contrasts to the person who says, “This isn’t mine, it’s someone else’s.” A responsible person will say, “This isn’t my area, but I’ll help you get to the right person.”
I believe we are all responsible for making the world a better place in our sphere of influence. This contrasts with the view that when a problem occurs some people react by saying, “This is God’s will.” If they don’t act, they are abdicating responsibility. Sure bad things happen, but that isn’t a reason to throw up our hands and give up.
Take responsibility for what you can influence and change. Then you can leave the rest to God’s will.