Choice


The election process is nothing more than the way in which numerous options are cataloged or judged, allowing to identify who is the best among them. a choice can be based on assumptions or imaginary events, or it can be made on real and tangible characteristics that are suggested by an action. An example of choice would be which route to get home when a person leaves work or a house of study, the choice of the route and the type of transport to take will be based on which allows to reach the final destination faster, therefore the choice of the commonly used route is the result of the discrimination of the other possible routes for being longer and involving more time with respect to the previous one; Choices become more difficult when they involve feelings, for example when deciding which person to take as a romantic companion at times when there is more than one suitor with high potential.

Most people consider choices as a positive aspect, generally life choices are made from a very young age as questions: What do I want to be when I grow up? On different occasions, the election process turns out to be a cumbersome and very difficult procedure to finalize, above all due to the common fear that the wrong decision will be made and there will be regret for not having taken the other proposed initiative. There are four types of choices that greatly influence the life of a human being: choices of order, which can only be chosen through the perception of the situation experienced as a controller of all aspects, delegated choices where the decision of another person directly influences the life of a person because the consequences that can be experienced are not so important, choices without thoughts where the decision to make is so easy that prior meditation is not needed and choices to avoid, where the situation end to live is so unpleasant that it should not be chosen over the other options as they all have a dire end to the life of an individual.