I saw the latest John Wick movie this weekend and besides the fact that there were ALL kinds of amazing action fight scenes, the backbone of the John Wick series is the idea of choices and consequences. The truth is that it doesn't matter what the choice is. It doesn't matter if its something small like making the choice between what drink you get at Starbucks or something big like selling your house. There will ALWAYS be a positive side and a negative side. No choice is completely one-sided. It might be that one of the sides isn't as seen as the other or that one has a side that is much more pronounced. But in either case, the fact still stands, both sides are there. Knowing this means you will have to acknowledge it. You will have to deal with both sides. Take the simple Starbucks drink choice. If you decide to get the grande Carmel Frappuccino, then you will be taking in WAY more sugar and calories than if you decided to get my drink of choice (dark roast with heavy cream). Will it harm you today? No, but if you make this a habit then its a brick in the wall of crappy nutrition issues and you WILL have to deal with that even though it probably tastes good and is more fun to drink than a boring cup of coffee. If it's the selling the house thing, then the upsides might be that you get some money back and can take care of other debt and put that money to work so that you can buy another house later. And the downside might be that you might have to sell it for less than you want so that someone buys it or you'll have to find another place to live and disrupt your whole world etc. There's always both sides. If you are aware of this, and you are cool to accept the consequences, then you should be good. Just like in John Wick where someone helps you and you are bound to do whatever they want down the road. It's that easy.....right?!? hahaha :)
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