Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The Power Of Choice

The woods are full of poison berries but you don't have to eat them.

26 comments:

  1. its about the choices
    :)
    good one

    ali
    letsgraph

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  2. Awesome! Fits right in with the discussions over at BC. What a coincidence. ;)

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  3. But if you don't which is which and are starving...what then?

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  4. but... but what if we don't have any other choice? o_O

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  5. What if you can't recognize the good ones ?

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  6. YOU ALWAYS KNOW< AND THERE IS ALWAYS A CHOICE, unless you do not believe there is and all you manifest is what you do not want

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  7. True, we choose the ones that we perceive to be good for us. Have a great week ahead, NP!

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  8. YUP!!!! sometimes we have to learn and someone had to find out so we would be the wiser and yet there are still those who prick the lilly finger on the thorn....

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  9. Okay ... but how in the world would I ever know which ones I am not to partake?

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  10. It's so true. We forget how much is decided by our choices. As far as finding out which is which, sometimes we do have to try one to know, other times a friend has already tried it and told us. The funny part is that so many times we eat what we know is poison and continue to make ourselves sick.

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  11. Poison berries have a purpose too...they're there to give the birds that feed on them their sustenance...

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  12. It surprises me how some people are so tempted by things (and people) that are bad for them. I wish I understood.

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  13. It would seem that for most people the problem is knowing which are poisonous. If you and I are in the woods searching for mushrooms, would we dare bring them in and eat them without having them identified one way or another as edible and not poisonous? My best.

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  14. The trouble sometimes lies ahead when we go down unfamiliar roads. We do have the choices and with that should go an open heart to accept what these choices will bring.

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  15. Very true indeed. We must remember that we always have a choice.

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  16. Hey great one really liked it , but the power of choice also gives us freedom to select wrong things by choice.
    TC

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  17. Be selective. Learn what to pick before eating.

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  18. Enough with the poison berries already! I prefer Eats, Shoots & Leaves anyway.

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  19. It would have been a lovely world if each could know exactly which berry is poisonous to whom (assuming that we won't swallow a poisonous one in the name of love or whatever ideology).

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  20. time seems to be running back,most of us chose the harm,

    it is natural may be that if you have all nice on table,it makes you little naughty,

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  21. And they look exactly the same as the healthy berries at times, so be cautious:) Love the aphorism.

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  22. Many among us can't differentiate edible from poison berries that's why get hurt very often.

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  23. A lot of people only learn by eating the poison berries. The tragedy is those who get sick and still don't learn

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