To choose or not to choose their own way of life is the question over which BMBim-Bad thinks.
The author of the text, deeply reflecting on this problem, divided the society of people into two groups. To the first, he referred "the existence" of those who "live somehow" and do not seek to know the truth, and to the second - those who seek answers to moral questions, distinguish good from evil and choose the best and most worthy. BM Bim-Bad is convinced that each of us has to choose his own way, but in order for a person's life to be worthy, this choice must be responsible and moral.
Therefore, you need to "not be afraid to choose, think and try, do and observe the results."
The position of the writer is quite simple to understand: each of us must not only learn to distinguish good from evil, truth from lies, but also to choose the right way to achieve the goal.
It is difficult not to agree with the opinion of the author. Indeed, we can not be afraid to choose and make independent and responsible decisions. This is not just written classics.
Let us recall M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin "The History of a City". The immoral and indifferent choice of the inhabitants of this city determined their future life. Because of the ignorance and submission of the townspeople, Glupov became a concentration of evil and insanity. The senseless fear, honoring, obedience of its inhabitants and cruelty of the rulers of the city led to the overthrow of the principles of morality and good, dignity and truth.
A striking proof of the lack of principle and fear of making worthy decisions is Mikhail Bulgakov's story "Morphine." The protagonist, young doctor Sergei Polyakov, could not make the right choice of life path, did not realize his place in society and became addicted to morphine. His illness progressed, leading not only to a spiritual fall in the personality traits of a drug addict, but also to severe health problems. The inhuman choice of Polyakov caused his death.
Thus, one should take responsible and worthy decisions in one's life, do not be afraid to make a choice in favor of morality.