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  • Where are you? Is the answer as intuitive? In my home. In a hotel. On a bus. In my car. In my dream. In my life. In another life. So, where are you? Is it where you want to be? ...Yes, it is where I have to be. The moment demands it. Does it?Where do you want to be? Can you go there? Do we really make choices or are they made for us? My job needs me to be at a hotel. My family needs me to at home. Did I have a choice? The answer is never a resounding yes and so, we don't really make choices. What is a choice then? A right to exist, to leave, to stay ? If I asked you again, where are you? Would it be the same place? Were you truly given a choice?
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