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Do we have a choice!

Do we choose everything in our lives?

When it comes to making a choice between a good or bad thing, it’s easy to choose. Most of us would choose a good thing.

But sometimes people feel they don’t have a choice and end up being a victim and feel helpless. This leads to depression and suffering.



They may say they didn’t choose the Government in power, Spouse or Career.

I think the only thing we didn’t choose is our parents although some say, “Your Soul Chose” them. But since I can’t prove that, we’ll assume that’s the one thing you didn’t choose.

The people who understand they have a choice, marry the person they want. Irrespective of the challenges, they figure out how to overcome them and move forward.

The people who feel they don’t have a choice end up single or marry the person chosen by their parents. They do this because they don’t want to upset their parents. Hurting them feels worse.

So even here, this person made a choice.

In the case of the Government. You could stand for election and do things that need to be done to win and then run the country. But that might seem worse, so it’s easier to just vote and hope for the best.

In the case of the career, if you listened to your parents, it’s like the case of the spouse example.

Either way, you made a choice.

A choice for the better although both options appear to be bad. One of the bad options was obviously slightly better than the other and so we always choose the good option no matter how bad it appears.

Conclusion:
Everyone chooses the better option
Everyone always has a choice.

Let me know your thoughts on this.

Rishi

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