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Level: Easy


It's your right to be selective.  To be assertive of your desires.  Not to ignorantly, idiotically, slothfully and submissively accept what falls in one's lap.   The girl / boy next door is likely to have similarities to you but if you put the effort in to search further afield you can be more selective, your options increase.  The job just down the street may be very convenient but going further may find you one more suited to your skills and which pays more.  See further than what you've been born into.  Maybe perfection is lacking in points from your country, your constitution, your laws, your neighborhood, your school, even your family, your friends, your home, your home planet, your global Society, your day ahead.


Accepting by rote ever 'opportunity' that comes your way rather than exercising your free will to be selective is foolishly autonomous behavior.  Often it's about instead rejecting temptation.  The temptation to settle for a less perfect existence just because the 'easy' option appears in your life.