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FREEDOM OF CHOICE

I HAVE THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE TO DO ANYTHING THAT I WANT TO DO. The only limitations of this right may be my innate abilities and/or the environmental circumstances I am in.

You may choose to tell me that I "don't have the right." I may choose to answer, "Who says?"

I can do anything I want to do. I can choose to aspire to any profession that I want. I have the right to choose to kill you. I have the right to choose to stop at a stop sign. I have the right to choose to go through it without stopping if I feel it's safe. I have the right to choose to go through it if it's unsafe.

With every choice that I make, there is a consequence.

If I choose to jump up and down right now, it affects the universe in some way. I may choose to disregard this effect or ignore it as inconsequential.

I choose to think that "cause and effect" is a function of the universe. I may choose to deny that "cause and effect" is a function of the universe some day.

I can drop a bomb on Hiroshima. I can do a kind deed for a neighbor. I can travel the world. I have the right to choose to jump off a building. I have the right to choose to have sexual intercourse with anyone I want. I have the right to choose to deny the responsibility of the consequences of that. I have the right to choose to accept them.

I can do anything that I want to do. I have the right to choose to write anything that I want to write in these fresh thoughts. You have the right to choose to read them. Or not.