7 hours ago · The choices we make. An anti-COVID vaccine mandate protest in Akron, Ohio, Aug. 16, (CNS photo/Stephen Zenner, Reuters) My body, my choice. It is such a simple phrase, yet it sums up an attitude that seems quintessentially modern and yet sad as well. Over the years, “my body, my choice” became a slogan for the pro-abortion movement.
· Our existence comprises of choices that we make. From drinking milk in the morning to attending your least favorite lecture, from buying a blue shirt instead of a green shirt at your favorite store to adding an extra spoon of sugar in your coffee, from painting your bedroom wall pink to drunk-dialing your crush — you take a plethora of decisions, make choices, and bear the ted Reading Time: 5 mins.
Every choice we make has an impact on the world we live in and are creating. Are we aligning with our purpose or pushing against it? Only you will know the answer to that. A friend of mine Kristine shared the following video this week. I liked the message as it is something I am continually talking about the choices we make.
· We make choices everyday, some are more complex than others. Press snooze or get up immediately? Eggs or a smoothie? Marry him or wait for the right one? 2 kids or more? I can’t change the past, but I can choose to live better. August 4, The obstetrician stopped .
"The Choices We Make presents gut-wrenching questions about friendship and loyalty, when a parent's responsibility starts, and how to make life and death decisions that mean choosing between people we love. The Choices We Make should appeal to readers who relish Nicholas Sparks' sentimental stories combined with the kind of weighty issues often raised by Jodi Picoult."-New York Journal of Books/5().
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