All, or Not At All

In neurophysiology, the all-or-none law states that:

Certain structures, such as a neurone or a muscle fibre, either respond completely (all) or not at all(none) to a stimulus. There is no partial nerve impulse in a neurone, or partial contraction of a muscle fibre.

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The same thing applies to some things in life:

You either have it, or you don’t.

You either want it, or you don’t.

You either click with a certain people, or you don’t.

Yes or no, and nothing in between. No ifs or buts. Sounds rigid, cantankerous, and perhaps a little extremist, but sometimes life is just as simple as that.

Sometimes we just don’t need no dramas, sometimes there are just no gray areas.

So… Can you please cut the crap and make up your mind already?

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