To choose, or not to choose.

For sure, there are choices one makes everyday, every moment, of what to have for breakfast, of what color shirt to wear, even often enough, if some event is worth getting mad about.

Then there are middle ground choices. Maybe someone else or the universe had influence on one; whether your pants are slim or straight, what kind of car you drive, if you’re having strawberrries or avacados today.

Then there are choices we don’t have. I think we all know of these.

Is there “choice”. Or is there “types” of choices?

What do those options mean?

Is the “free will” choice actually what is happening? Or is the no choice? Or is the some choice?

Are these all the same decision? The same weighing of what information we are having the same options of choice for ?

What does that say about choice ?

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

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