You Have Always A Choice
Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
People often say they have no choice when faced with a dead end. They say they have no choice but to take the one direction available, which is often a wrong one.
When they say that remark, they must understand that they have to take the blame for the consequences of what they will do.
However, truth is far from the often-circulated concept that man has no choice.
We do have choices. As long as you have rights to protect, you have a choice. When rights are denied, then so are options. When you let your rights be denied, this too is an option.
Just look at slaves. Most of them obey not out of willingness, but because they have no rights; and thus, they have no choice but to obey. Yet, in another light, it is really their choice that they are slaves. Even not having a choice is still a choice.
Some are willing slaves. They voluntarily throw their rights away because they believe the person to whom they render service to is worthy of treating them as such.
Some simply accept their lot as slaves, and that is their choice. Some refuse to be slaves and choose to assert their rights. All these are choices.
The kind of life you have is the life you choose. You cannot blame anyone for how your life ends up.
For instance, you can choose to live happily or miserably. It all depends on you. If you live a hectic life, that?s because you choose to be busy. No one can force a kind of life upon you, not even a superior who points a gun to your head. Every choice has its consequence.
Thus, if you choose to be healthy, live up to that choice. Be healthy. The choice will have to be followed by a decision to be disciplined.
Being disciplined means that you must exert effort to attain and maintain a healthy body. Eat right, exercise right, sleep right, and live right.
Don?t blame anyone else if you get sick. Getting sick is a choice. Some people cannot afford to be healthy because they choose not to afford it.
They can spend for something else but not for good health. To be able to prioritize good health in your budget, you have to live a simple life. Every choice entails a consequence, so you have to live up to your choices.
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