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Own Your Own Sh-BLEEP!

You are responsible for your own actions and inactions. In other words, doing something and doing nothing are both choices. This is free will bestowed upon you by your Creator. The law does not give you freedom or free will; you already have them inherently.

What does this mean? It means that as much as this society seems to want someone else to make decisions for them or shirk responsibility, it does not change the fact that ultimately you are responsible for you. We can heed advice of others and take their recommendations without question, or we can come to our own conclusions.

You have the free will to choose to smoke cigarettes, exercise, drink alcohol, and/or eat unhealthy food. Ultimately, what you choose will catch up with you and your health. Food can be the best medicine or the slowest killing poison. I choose. You choose.

Missing an opportunity or not returning a phone call or text is a choice. If you choose to do nothing, such as avoiding that difficult conversation, your inaction is also a choice. Emotional maturity is understanding this concept.

The essence of free will is that you have it but so does everyone else around you. We need to respect and protect this innate human right for all, even if the choices others make is not what you would choose for yourself.

A wise teacher once told me, “Your rights end when the rights of someone else begin.” That’s it. It’s really that simple.

Our time here is short. Our body is our temple. Take care of it. Be good to it. Do what you feel is best for you, but respect the free will of others who are doing or not doing what they feel is right for them.

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