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"Everybody Has Free Choices" Discuss In Relation To Alfred A. Montapert's Quote.

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"Every person has free choice. Free to obey or disobey the Natural Laws. Your choice determines the consequences. Nobody ever did, or ever will, escape the consequences of his choices."The quote above was written by Alfred A. Montapert and I believe that it is a very definitive quote representing what kind of free personal choices everyone is granted. It tells us that everybody has the chance to decide our future and where we go. I agree with this quote because everyone does have their own choices whether to listen or to not listen, obey or disobey. I believe that every decision is half-chance and every choice comes with consequences either good or bad. Situations involving us making our crucial decisions may arise with peers, colleagues and most importantly our parents/family.As our parents play an extremely important and influential part in our lives as our role models, we usually try our hardest to please them. Free will is given to everyone and is up to us whether to use it or to ignore it for the right or wrong reasons. Parents usually have set plans for their children and their future depending on either cultural or their decisions. It may involve parents wanting their daughter/son to finish school and get married and settle down, as for my parents they are insistent for me to finish school and get a job or continue their education into university. All of us have free will to obey or disobey our parents on these decisions and either go to university go, settle down or get into an area of occupation parents do not want them to go into.Secondly, we also have the choice what kind of person we want to become. This is usually determined by listening to our parents and obeying everything they say, getting involved with...

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