Yes to "No" when there is no "Yes"

In Frogs into Princes: neurolinguistic programming TM Richard Bandler and John Grinder suggest that in certain practices a minimum of three options are necessary to operate out of choice. It is suggested that operating with only one way is robot like. Operating with two creates a dilemma. Three is the minimum for genuine choice.

Going meta: the choice to create options is sometimes a simple decision of counting to one and not beyond. Exercising choice is not simply reacting to an expansion of options. Controling the selection is not the same as selecting.

And so for day 127