Question 22

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26 Responses to “Question 22”

  1. Whenever we’re ready. Preferably as soon as possible.

  2. when i am confident enough to believe my true belief will take care of everything 😛

  3. BJ:

    This is the most common cause of unintended consequences. “Noble intentions are poor excuse for stupid action.” ~ Garrett Hardin
    sorry if this is a downer 🙂

  4. Mike:

    when love is involved

  5. Melanie:


  6. Scipio:

    Never. Blindly following your instincts will inevitably lead you to rack and ruin.

  7. Zach:

    It is always the right time to do what is right.

  8. ca franco:

    the time is NOW!!!

  9. Laura:

    If you KNOW it’s right, why not now?

  10. Steven:

    When doing what is right has the least predictable negative impact.

  11. bobby:

    It’s always good to briefly calculate risks and rewords.
    On the other hand you shouldn’t let them exclusively to affect your decision.
    It pays off to consider the risks and rewards, because otherwise we would obtain a bunch of mindless actions.

  12. alli:

    right. now.
    if you KNOW its right then whythink or hold back

  13. as soon as you can understand what that means.

  14. April:

    Follow your heart. You’re the only one you can truly make happy at the end of the day.

  15. fenixdemilo:

    As soon as possible. However, doing what you know is right can require insurance in confidence, among other things

  16. Aimee:

    Now. But it’s hard to let go of all the personal reserves..

  17. Amanda:

    As soon as possible. Although, sometimes it’s not always easy determining what is right

  18. Ris:

    Right now, as soon as you overcome the obstacles holding you back.

  19. Diva:

    This is a tricky question. Sometimes it depends on who your decisions will effect. If it’s just you and the risks are something you are willing to take in order to reap possible rewards, it’s easier to say you’ll do it… or at least it’s easier than if you have other people’s lives depend on the outcome of your decisions.

  20. RubenRybnick:

    when your choice affects others rights

  21. Nick:

    When everyone realized they need one another to live and survive.

  22. Michael Hitchcock:

    Once I know, it’s time to do. I like as little separation between thought and action as possible.

  23. Rachael:

    When you see injustice

  24. Rowena:

    Why stop? You shouldn’t even be “calculating” those… 🙂

  25. Erin:

    Well, you certainly DO need to know about the risks and rewards before you make a decision. But when you start thinking too much, it can unneccessarily hold you back. That’s when you have to make a move.

  26. chichay:

    sometimes risks and rewards are not important as long as you know that you are doing things right

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