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Based on the thesis that not taking risks is the biggest risk, we can consider the importance of taking risks and managing the risk as a part of our daily lives.
Taking risks here can be thought of as a bet, investment or gamble, but I will try not to approach it from that angle. Let's talk more about the risks we take in our daily life routines.
Walking on the road. If you live in a metropolitan city, this will increase your risk even more. If you are in town or village, your risk will be less. There is no guarantee that an out-of-control car will not hit you while walking. Even if you're on the pavement! Or an object falling from one of the upper floors will not hit your head. It is a risk in itself to trip over any object while walking. (sorry, even though i can help when i see someone falling, i can't stop laughing. i laugh even if i fall myself. i think it's in my nature) can cause serious injury or even death.
Work. This involves a risk that varies according to the danger of the work we do. A mining worker has the risk of being swept away at any moment, and he does his job consciously. A cop knows what can happen to him at any time when dealing with those who break the law. We can already follow the grievances caused by a police officer who does not do his job well, in writing, visually and on the internet. Each creates risk for the parties. There is a risk of falling from a height in proportion to the precautions taken by someone who works in the construction of high-rise buildings or cleans their windows. Just as there are dangers such as smoke poisoning or burning in fires that the firefighter will intervene.
Taking risks without ever leaving home. Even those who spend their time at home constantly face certain risks. Sliding and falling in the bathroom can even lead to death. Risk of burns if spilled on tea, coffee or while cooking. Explosion after misuse of dangerous products such as natural gas and kitchen tubes used at home. Electric shocks or fires related to them are our other risks.
Risks taken by living things. I took the worm at the bottom while I was writing this article when I went out to pick up my cargo. He's trying to cross the road because there are fresh leaves there. His goal is to find himself a new feeding ground. To do this, he has to cross the road. There is constant traffic of bicycles, cars and pedestrians on the road. When I went out to get my cargo, I could have stepped on it and crushed it. I don't know if he's aware of the risk he's taking, but it does involve a risk after all. Many times in my travels, I have seen snake, cat, dog-like animals crushed on the road. They also took risks to cross. Some consciously, some unintentionally, were struck and died. In documentaries, we also see animals that become prey while trying to hunt. The risk returns to itself at the rate of the risk it takes.
Private lives. When we are alone with a man or woman we meet in our private life, we take certain risks of our own. The person we meet and take into our home may turn out to be a pervert, a murderer, or someone whose intent is to defraud us. He can get sexual benefits from us, steal our money while we sleep, or maybe kill us so that it is not revealed. Things that happen all the time around us, even though they are unlikely to happen. When each of you follows the current news of your country, it will be reflected in similar news.
Material risks. Although this is a category we all know, it is our area of interest the most. The risks we take against cryptocurrencies, our bets on a sporting event, our other investments all involve risk. At the rate of risk we take, it has reflections on us as gain/loss.
Final thoughts. Living itself is already a risk. We can get sick at any time and lose our lives. There is no age in his death or illness. Every day, every hour, every minute, we are in a certain risk circle that we know or sometimes do not know. Risks taken and not taken play an active role in our lives. Sometimes we are aware of them and sometimes we are not. I take some financial and moral risks for a quality life. All of the trades and buy/sell transactions I do involve risk. The corona vaccines I have had also contain risks in their own category. Because even experts cannot share precise information because they have not undergone sufficient trials. In short, we are citizens of a world that says live or die at the rate of risk you take. The risks we take tell us we must bear the consequences, but what about the risks that others take instead of us? They are perhaps too big for the consequences to be tolerated. E.g; Wars of the rulers.
I wish you to live a life where the risk is low, the gain is abundant, and the life is long,