Choices have consequences always. Always. Consider consequences before you act. (Tim Kight, leadership coach)

Kight continues: “. . .  because you will experience the consequences after you act.” He adds, “Do not equate the delay of consequences with the absence of them.” This is certainly good advice. Unless we carefully consider our choices, we will certainly make some decisions that will cause us—and others—great distress. Choose well!

A wise person chooses the right road; a fool takes the wrong one (Ecclesiastes 10:2). Wise choices will watch over you (Proverbs 2:11).