Choices are the hinges of destiny.
I’ve been reminded a lot lately just how fragile life is, in all its forms. Whether we’re talking about those we love, a friendship, a business or anything else, they all have a life. And they’re all fragile.
We make choices every day that affect us in the short and long term. We do it without even thinking about it and yet the results are profound.
I’ve come to the conclusion that one of the hardest things for people to grasp is that not everyone else has the same choices. We can’t all chose from the same set of possibilities for ourselves. That seems so obvious and simple, and yet it’s something I’ve only come to see recently.
We can only make a decision – good or bad – from the options we see. If we don’t have the luxury of a full roster of choices, our decisions are limited to begin with, and so is the likelihood of a positive outcome..