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[–] k_digi 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

not that it's immediately relevant to the immediate subject.

but i'd say there is always a cost for every action - we can all wonder why this or that action occurs, it's usually because the estimated probability allows for it - that is to say, that the 'risk' seems to outweigh the 'cost' - however how can we know the 'cost' in actual truth?

I certainly can't.

sometimes you could win the 'whole world' and the 'cost' seems so small, but all i know is that there will always be a cost, and i can't know what it will really be.

that's why i always err on the cautionary side, i mean within what we can do as humans - at least to keep 'life' interesting , you know how it is.