This short story is filled with choices and consequences. It is about a forbidden love, and their consequences come, which leads to more choices, which give us even more consequences.
Vincent van Gogh has become much more than just a painter. Outside of his paintings, when people think of van Gogh they think of his ear - or lack thereof. Van Gogh made a choice of cutting off his ear and while no one knows why for sure, we do know that Van Gogh had to live with the consequences of his choice,
This poem, when put into deeper analysis, is about one traveler's choice of choosing between two different roads on a path.
“Should I Stay or Should I Go” is a song by the English punk rock band The Clash, from their album “Combat Rock”. You will notice that in the song the singer is contemplating choices and what will happen if they chose either of those choices.
This stick represents the choices we make in our lives. There are four sides, each saying something different. This stick is a great object for showing how choices and consequences work.
The third quote in this list is the one that I chose to put more focus on because it states “And in life, it is all about choices we make. And how the direction of our lives comes down to the choices we choose.” – Catherine Pulsifer. What I like about that is that it is literally stating that choices make consequences which make your life your own.