There’s an answer for everything. Every choice, every decision, every reason for being.

When you feel the impulse to dance, or wiggle, or scream, or wring your hands in frustration.

When you think you don’t want to go to a meeting, when you hate getting on the subway, when you want to quit working with a client, or a job.

“Because I want to,” is a perfectly acceptable reason.

Beyond acceptable. It is, at the root, one of the only reasons.

“Because I want to.”

“Because I don’t want to.”

It’s an answer for everything.