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Monday, April 13, 2009


There is an implied social contract in which the meeting of its terms and conditions falls to the choices we make. Although we share the burden of free will, the responsibility of choice is uniquely our own; resulting consequences having to be met. Difficult choices will always have to be made, but making the right choice is not difficult when the underlying principle is respect for others. The consequence is dignity for ourselves.

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