Variables

It’s important to take into consideration all the variables when making decisions.

Using a simple example, if the speed limit on a road is 55 MPH logic dictates that it is safe to drive 55 MPH.

Making that decision to drive 55 MPH (or maybe a little bit faster) might seem like a sound decision but what about the other variables? Does it change anything if it’s dark outside and also very foggy? Does it change anything if the roads are icy? Does it change anything if there is an accident up ahead?

You can legally drive 55 MPH if that is the speed limit but that mean you can do so safely without factoring in all of the variables.

It’s too easy to pick the variables you like and disregard the others but easy doesn’t make it right.

Have a great day!

Lawrence

Comments are closed.