Stephen Hawking said, Ive had no choice. Does the writer think there was a choice? What was it?

The narrator thinks that Hawkins did have a choice. He could have led a dull, dependent and sorrowful life, always mourning his disability, had he not decided to live his life creatively and in a useful way. He preferred if disabled people found a talent of theirs, something which they are good at and work on it. This shows that indeed there is always a choice as to how one leads one's life, even if one is disabled.

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the writer thought that the choice Stephen Hawking had was to face his life boldly

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according 2 the writer their ws a choice fr stephen as he cud hv frowned n sulked at his disability n spent his lyf mourning.bt he chose 2 live his lyf in a creative manner

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