Paper or plastic?
Is it for here, or to go?
Rare, medium or well done?
Tall, grande, venti?
Tap water, bottled water, fuzzy water?
Margarine or butter?
Soup or salad?
Dressing on the side, or tossed in?
Dessert or just the check?
Manicure, pedicure, or both?
Credit or debit?
Relatively Easy Choices…
Gas-guzzler, diesel sucker or hybrid?
Mommy van, or family wagon?
Breast feed or bottle?
Public schools, or private?
Organic or not?
Spend the night, or go home?
Plastic surgery, or au naturel?
Western medicine or Eastern?
Wait for it to go on sale, or buy it now?
Make love, or not.
Fight or flight.
Say I’m sorry, or stand my ground.
Marry or not.
Place the blame, or take ownership.
To see the glass half empty, or half full.
To believe there is strength in weakness, or to ‘be strong.’
To judge ourselves for whom we should be, or accept ourselves for who we are.
To be a Human Being, or a Human Doing.
To believe that God exists outside of us, or to believe that God exists within.
To strive to hold on, or to let go into stillness.
To believe that what we do is who we are, or to believe that who we are is simply who we are.
Just let life unfold, or strive to make it happen?
To meet ourselves with mercy and love, or meet ourselves with judgment.
To resist the inevitability of change, or to embrace the inevitability of change.
To see the face of God in all, or not see God at all. (Yogi Bhajan)