When you have no choice..

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According to Webster: “choice,” (in context) n. An alternative.

Question: What is the first thing that “actually” happens when you have no choice?

99 out of 98 folks will more often than not reply with; “Nature kicks in with…

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..your fight or flight response.

Although the foregoing is a great answer, ..it is not correct.

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The first thing that nature (actually) provides “you” to deal with a precarious, and/or, life-threatening situation, is adrenaline.

According to Webster: “a·dren·a·line,” A hormone released into the bloodstream in response to fear or injury.

Of course, we don’t actually have to be faced with danger or a life-threatening situation to experience adrenaline.

There are numerous ways for us to experience adrenaline, which will be the focus of my post this morning.

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An exciting cinema, or an afternoon shopping..

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..at the Mall of America.

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A first kiss…

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..or a heavy foot.

Speaking for myself, ..these days it doesn’t take much more than the calendar hanging above my desk, as each new day for a septuagenarian is an (event), “if appreciated properly,” can be a path to adrenaline. 🙂

Take the morning weather report as example, (this time of year) every day that passes without a prediction of snow is a good source of adrenaline if you’re as (allergic) to the handle of the snow shovel as I have become in recent years.

Homo sapiens, and/or human beings are indeed a confusing lot, ..as we want what we want when we want it.

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Which is really strange when you think about the fact that we all start from day one, which in itself is precarious.

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According to Webster: “pre·car·i·ous,” (in context) Uncertain; dependent on other than yourself.

bird in a cage

Indisputable truth; “There is nothing in the universe “sadder” than a bird in a cage.

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Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Crusader Rabbit…

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