Trains, Planes, and Automobiles You’re going on a cross-country trip. Airplane, train, bus, or car? (Or something else entirely — bike? Hot air balloon?)
When we have so many choices. Why choose one? This brings up an entirely unrelated but serious topic. Why do we humans have to have only one out of all the other. Only one? We should not have to choose, right?
Like somewhere someday you are born and you are put in a school. If you are a boy you are supposed to be a certain way. If you are a girl you are expected to behave. You have to choose your actions, you have to choose one of the candies, you have to have a favourite out of all your toys.
You have to choose a colour, you have to choose a friend as the best, you have to choose to be an emo or goth, a jock or a nerd, you have to choose to be scientific/logical or artistic/creative. You have to choose to be a hippie or live the so called fancy life. As far as being decisive is concerned is that not a personal choice? Why announce? Why do others care?
Our whole lives we are taught to behave a specific way, act nice and make good choices. Why does no one say go make mistakes take wrong paths and learn something. Nope, instead it is more like you dare not make mistake and destroy the name of the family with your stupid actions. Wow! so much individuality! Although, this might not be the same all around the world.
We think someone stereotyping people and things is wrong in doing so. At the most he/she is the perfect projection of what we teach our young ones – to choose a side, indirectly to label things, to belong to one thing and see things as yes or no only.
So, I choose to travel with an airplane, then take a train, a bus, a car, a bike and reach the top of my mountain by a hot air balloon because that is how I would like it to be – unrestricted. A little off topic but choices are choices, everyone should be entitled to their opinions, and life choices, for life is not a debate it is multifaceted.