The Christmas in Literature quiz: 8 questions by Joanna Schroeder
Choices and consequences
Choices and Consequences
Every day you have choices to make, and each choice has a consequence or result. If you choose to not sleep, as a consequence you will be tired. If you choose to not eat, as a consequence you will be hungry. Making a choice is like picking up a stick. When you pick up one end of a stick, the other end always comes with it.
Our decisions affect others. Sometimes we like to think that we live in a bubble and our choices only have consequences for our own lives. She was lover and wife to one, mother to the other. Her adultery with David almost brought an end to the family through which God planned to physically enter his world. Out of the ashes of that sin, however, God brought good.
Every decision has consequences. Every step forward requires a decision. Or the inverse — indecision. Let me start with a story. About a year ago I was working with a team whose performance had not gone as expected.
Decisions (Short Film)
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