posted on May, 7 2013 @ 11:31 PM
No Such Thing As ACCIDENTS !! Not If They Are Avoidable
People are so quick to use the word "ACCIDENT" when referring to events that occur daily.
I maintain that there is no such thing.
They happen because of bad judgement decisions.
The car, the gun, the hospital, the school yard playground, etc.
Call them what the are; STUPID FREE WILL CHOICES.
Babies have accidents.
Driving down the road being distracted by your radio, best friend texting you, wife screaming at you on the cell phone, making a business transaction
by blue tooth, putting your make-up on, those 10 beers you had before you got in the car, the drugs you did before you got in the car, speeding and
tailgating are not accidental...they were/are on purpose FREE WILL decisions that led/lead to a family of 4 being killed (one possible scenario).
The decisions we make that affect others lives are not accidents. The "ACCIDENT" is only the beginning to the immense pain and suffering by all
The lady who was so vain she decided plastic surgery would be a smart choice and dies. Is that an accident. No.
The parent who is supervising the child at the playground and not paying attention while the child decides to swing one handed from a monkey bar and
crashes to the ground breaking their arm and sustaining a head injury that requires medical attention. No.
The parent who leaves a loaded weapon where it is accessible to a curious child/teen only to come home from work one day to find that child/teen had
located said weapon and discharged it "ACCIDENTALLY" killing a friend or shooting themselves. No.
None of these incidents are "ACCIDENTS". They do, however, all have consequences from free will choices made by more than one individual at any
given time. It usually takes more than one person to be involved for there to be an "ACCIDENT" of any kind, but individual decisions have to occur
I have "ACCIDENTALLY" cut myself with a knife, smashed my finger with a hammer, dropped a plate of food, hurt my back lifting something heavy,
received tickets( though two in 25 years), been electrified from a light switch, fell off a roof, been hit in the head with a board, rear-ended in 2
car wrecks by people on cell phones, given an infection that almost killed me in a hospital from poor sanitation/sterilization procedures, 7 knee
surgeries from various incidents and I can say without a doubt they were all avoidable and in no way were they "ACCIDENTAL".
Call them "ON PURPOSES" because that is what they are.