Making decisions. What to be done? Where to go? Who to see? When to do? How much to take? Why do I? No matter who, what, when, where,why or how, we have to have a subject and a verb. Action is always happening though the subjects are constantly changing and sometimes remaining the same. The affect of the action is direct or indirect, intentional or unintentional; none the less it happens. The effectiveness of actions depends on doer of the action and its intent. The doer of actions is the only one or ones that know what outcome is expected. The result affects the subject, the doer and the connected parties or surroundings. Take for example there is a water hose not attached to anything and there is a faucet present able to turn on with water flow. There is a group of children playing yard games and one of them DECIDES to intentionally wet all the other children. The surroundings include a house accessible, three picnic tables, hula hoops, jump rope, tug of war rope, horse shoes game, a volley ball set up, a tented food area w/table of food, a stage or platform for drama acts and the environment is during the fall time, quite more cool than hot. The sun is shining at about 1pm Eastern Standard Time, prayer time will be at 1:30pm about. The doer( one wetting the children) decided to have an outcome of laughter for fun, but did not realize or incorporate into its thinking process the affect of the act on the other children. 10 girls and 10 boys. 1 boy does the action, the subjects are running, screaming, knocking each other down, two boys and a girl gets injured by running into the tables and one of the boys has asthma, is rushed to the hospital and the parents are called and the scene is a mess No common sense
We ask,, whatever happened to our leader? Our consciece for common sense?
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