Is the absence of choice limiting or liberating?
It was George Moore who said "The difficulty in life is the choice. " Does the absence of choice limit or liberate ?
I feel it is liberating. When there are no choices, you are forced to work with what you have and succeed.
The often used cliche' burning your bridges comes readily to mind. If you have no where else to go, you stand and fight.
Likewise, when there is no choice, you don't compromise and when there is no compromise there is no dilution.
What do you think? Is the absence of choice limiting or liberating?
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