Irony of Choice

Regardless of whether or not you’re satisfied with your daily routine, you always have the choice to adjust it.  Sometimes it’s almost impossible to decipher the right choice from the wrong one.  Good could be cloaked behind bad, or bad behind good.  Once the decision has been made, the moment is gone.  That decision will alter your path in one way or another.  The repercussions to some choices may ripple throughout the remainder of your life, while others may be easily altered.  The level of severity you’re dealing with is not always obvious.  While not foolproof, squinting deeper into the hazy grey fog of tomorrow is probably your best bet.  Ask yourself: “Where does this path lead?”  There really is a certain degree of irony in one’s liberty to choose.  Having “the choice” is freedom, but you can easily become a slave to the decisions you make.


  1. i dont know says

    latelly i am becoming more sure that the actual choice doesnt exist because we always choose something! we just have to and its always based on something (and random of course doesnt exist its just an algorithm)… explanation: if i knew all the things n factors in the universe i would easily predict everything which leads us to existance of destiny and i m not depresed i am just trying to learn everything (which is pretty imature right?)

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