Where do people come up with scientific theories and suppositions?
And, although Science is amazing in its capacity to explain everything, it has to have its beginnings in our humanity. Maybe even in our choices.
Remember Sir Isaac when an apple fell on his head? (Not a true story, but sounds good!) In addition to that apple, Isaac Newton came up with this idea “… every action has an equal and opposite reaction..”. Now someone came up with the idea that this is THE LAW.
Law. Hmmmm. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. That law has a great deal to do in our lives. It certainly has to do with the choices that are made.
And those choices have effects on what happens in one’s life. To put it simply, if you are on a journey, following a road map (a plan) and take the wrong turn, you will end up in the wrong place. If it comes down to choices, is that what we want “to end up in the wrong place”?
In personal choices, thinking about Sir Isaac Newton is not high on my “list”, but perhaps thinking is not a bad choice in itself. (Where is that apple??)
Choices! Think about it: If you choose rob a bank, you go to jail.
If you burn your house down, you have no place to live.
If you choose to take the wrong job, your life might be miserable.
If you choose to marry the wrong person, you might regret it.
If one fails to heed the warning signs, one may “have to pay the price”.
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. If you choose to follow a program to make yourself healthier, and then instead of really committing self, just participate in the program “half heartedly”, WHAT THEN IS THE EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION TO THAT CHOICE?
Sir Isaac Newton where are you?
Today, personally thinking of Isaac Newton will help make the right choices, knowing that not making those “right choices” will have consequences.
Hey, where is that apple anyway?…An apple sounds like a good choice in this journey.