As Elizabeth Kubler-Ross once wisely said, “I believe that we are solely responsible for our choices, and we have to accept the consequences of every deed, word, and thought throughout our lifetime”. Carefully analyzing the decision one is about to make with incorporating others opinions assists one in reducing the likelihood of consequences. Young adolescents of the present day are making decisions of which they have not thought thoroughly, and its effects are shown well in Gina Higgins poem, Hash for Cash. Similarly as shown in the illustration of the two obese boys, parents often make choices for their children that they think are the best for them but they are entirely the opposite. Decision making from only one point of view is adequately shown in the William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet because in love one should not lose one’s senses of what is logical and what is completely obtuse. It is vital for an individual to cautiously consider one’s options as choices include consequences. All throughout one’s life an individual will make decision that at first seems perfect but in the long run one will abruptly approach the penalties in the future.
With colossal amounts of information for young adults regarding issues that these individuals face in their everyday life, it is hard to comprehend why they are still making unwise choices. The poem, “Hash for Cash” (Gina Higgins) exceptionally portrays a young adult who is “stoned to the eyebrows” (Hash for Cash) because he or she has chosen to do drugs and irresponsible alcohol usage. These individuals may have heaps of excuses for why these individuals first got involved, but ultimately it was in their hands to refuse the urge of experimenting this new substance. The reason being that they knew about its consequences −that would later take is in command of the person’s life. Subsequently “studies seem a waste of time”(Hash for Cash) and alas for most of these individuals, “reality [becomes]...
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