Respecting people’s choices. Should all choices be respected? Or are all choices worthy of respect? People’s right to making choices should be respected, but there are good choices and there are bad choices. Good choices bring about welfare and happiness to oneself and others while bad ones bring uncertainty, fear and stress.
Respecting all choices without distinction would mean respecting bad choices as well. When bad choices are respected, we encourage bad choices to be made again in future.
Respect people’s right to choices, including bad ones. But don’t respect all choices indiscriminately, especially the bad ones.