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The Choice is Yours

It would’ve been nice if God had let us order life like we order a meal.  I’ll take good health and a high IQ. I’ll pass on the music skills, but give me a fast metabolism!  It would’ve been nice—but it didn’t happen. When it came to your life on earth, you weren’t given a voice or a vote.

倘若神讓我們對自己的一生有挑選的餘地,好像在餐廳叫飯一樣。我會要求有好的健康和高等的智慧,那我就能通過音樂技能的考試,還要有快的新陳代謝(就不會長胖了)。這不是很好嗎?但是這樣的事並沒有發生,當我們出生時,沒有人讓你有任何選擇。

But when it comes to life after death, you were. In my book that seems like a good deal.  Wouldn’t you agree? Have we been given any greater privilege than that of choice? You’ve made some bad choices in life, haven’t you? You’ve chosen the wrong friends, maybe the wrong career; even the wrong spouse.

但是在肉體的生命結束後,你卻可以選擇。在我的書裡,我說這看起來挺划算的。你同意嗎?可曾有人給你比這個更好的選擇?在你的一生中,你可曾可能做過一些不好的選擇?你可能交錯了一些朋友,或選錯了職業,甚至選錯的對象。

You look back and say, “If only…if only I could make up for those bad choices. “ You can. One good choice for eternity offsets a thousand bad ones on earth. The choice is yours.

你看起來很糟糕,說:“只要,只要我還有機會可以挽回以前的錯誤。”你能夠。一個對永生智慧的選擇可以彌補今生做過的一千個錯誤的選擇。這個決定就在於你自己要怎樣選擇。

From He Chose the Nails

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