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Living with Choices | Here To Ask Why
Recently, I had a long chat with someone who is going through a rough time dealing with the reality of a tough choice. This conversation has left me a shaken as I have empathy for him, and his situation. An Attempt at an Analogy: Imagine you are standing at the edge of a pier with a "rope like object" in your hands. In the water around you, their are several people who are in trouble and close to going under. You think the "rope like object" might help to save some but you are unsure as it has not been tested. Whom do you choose to help? Do you toss the rope to the people at the greatest risk of loss or do you help those with the greatest chance for survival? What happens if the rope fails all together? By choosing the ones with the greatest risk of loss over the ones with the highest chance of survival, allows the ones with the highest chance of survival to go under, and you may still loose the ones with the greatest chance of loss. The reality of "whom do you choose" is quickly