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Change your thoughts and you change your world. ~ Norman Vincent Peale


Alternatives imply that there are a number of different options available or open to us. The choice to be made reflects our understanding, which of these available alternatives will be suited the best for application in a given situation or under certain circumstances (i.e. suit the context the best). Alternative also implies a choice limited to one, two or more possibilities, as of things, propositions or courses of action; the selection (or choice) of which precludes any other possibility.

For example… you have the alternative of …walking or …running or …riding or …flying or …?

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