Is it best to choose a life path less or more traveled?
A path less traveled may have more options and less restrictions. Or, living a life that is created and mindless can be more safe. Which is right for you and for us (mankind)? Shall we choose a path of lease resistance or a new path where the limbs and boulders on the path still are uncleared? Maybe a little of both????
The path least travelled is the path of truth.
More trouble yes but far far more rewarding.
No matter which path anyone choses to take - it should be the path that suits them and harms no one.
My answer would be the path less traveled. When I think of a path more traveled I think of there being a mob of people on that road. And in a mob, more likely than not, there are numerous people who don't even know why they're mobbing. Not to mention, with all those people around, it's hard to see your surroundings or where you're going or hear something that might be sneaking up on you. Taking the path less traveled would allow you to see where you are going, be aware of any obstacles, and be free from "noise pollution" allowing you to hear with clarity. But that in no way means that it will be easy.
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