ChoicesI make a choice to write these lines, you make a choice to read them. Symbiosis?
Choices that we consider small and some that we consider big. What's the difference between the big and the small choice anyway? What's in-between them? Where is the medium sized choice? People tend to say that it's the smaller, more frequent, choices that makes you into what you are – in the eyes of someone else, of course.
My choices elude me. Are they made out of a free mind? There are regulations to follow, laws and rules you should abide to. There are forms of mannerism and other f*cking ideas of how you should act, react and take action while choices are made. I guess I never was much of a, think first and choose thereafter, kind of person.
"Most people regard having choices as a good thing, though a severely limited or artificially restricted choice can lead to discomfort with choosing and possibly, an unsatisfactory outcome. In contrast, unlimited choice may lead to confusion, regr