Do we always have a choice?
January 25, 2007 11:23am CST
Mostly we do. Even if a loved person is being held at gun point, you do have the choice of trying to save that beloved or not. a difficult one, but the choice is there. if you know that you are definitely going to die of a disease, you have the choice of either that happening or suicide
29 Jan 07
Everything we do is based on choice. I had the choice to answer this or leave it. I have the choice to drive my car at the legal speed limit and obey the road rules, or I can choose to disobey them. I have the choice to work to supply my needs or to steal from others. The fact that we have a choice does not determine the rightness or the wrongness of the choice we make. There is a difference between a RIGHT and a CHOICE. I can make a choice to kill someone because of something he did, but that does NOT make it right. I have a choice but I do not have a right. If I know I have a fatal disease, I have a choice, but I do not believe I have the right to take a life - anyone else's or my own.
29 Jan 07
yes, everything we do are through our choices. the definite judgement we can make is to choose among many options. if we don't choose, nothing will happen. our choices depends on how we believe that it is the good choice for us. if we are determine to believe that it is the right choice, then we go for it, if we are uncertain with our choice, we tend to find another option and the result ,we are likely no satisfied.