We must constantly make decisions in daily life. Some decisions are simple choices while others affect people’s entire lives. Furthermore, every decision has consequences and often there is not a clear alternative. Decisions involve weighing alternatives and considering the consequences. This is an opportunity for students to examine values, beliefs, and pressures that surround decision making.
When you have to make a choice and don’t make it, that is in itself a choice. -William James
Write an essay based on literature you have studied in which the author examines decisions involving weighing alternatives and considering the consequences. What idea(s) does the writer develop regarding decisions involving weighing alternatives and considering the consequences?
Original post by Mr. D. Sader