From the start, we all have a choice. It's a simple one, really. Will you fight or will you die. Fight does not mean what you think it means, and die does not mean what you think it means. Choosing the fight means to choose your heart. To let your heart win you over. Choosing the fight also means to win over your fears, your indifference, and, in most cases, your better judgment. This choice may leave you cold, it may leave you alone, and it may lead you to die. "But I thought you said there was a choice between fighting and dying?" Yes, but I also said that they do not mean the same things. If choosing to fight might lead you to die, why not just choose to die right at the start? The answer is simple: I would rather feel my death, to know it was not for nothing. Choosing to die means choosing to ignore your heart until it finally grows silent. If every beat you feel inside of your chest pushes you towards more, towards better, towards best and you allow it to guide your footsteps, heeding its entice, you will know life. Even if it leads you to die.
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About the Author
Mark Craven is a self-published author from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Carlow University and is currently working on a master's degree in Higher Education Management at the University of Pittsburgh. Mark works at a community college as a student services advocate as well as a math instructor. He holds two publications for scientific research done at both Carlow University and Carnegie Mellon University. Mark also owns and operates at tutoring company found at the website, www.SuccessUpAhead.com.