måndag 23 november 2009
Confusing hesitation and hard decisions
"Just make the right decision!"
No, making the right decisions aren't always that easy. Like being cut into two halves of one mind not knowing which part you want to believe in. What ever we do, there'll always be a consequence. Like in the morning when you're choosing what shoes you're going to wear today. One pair of sneakers and one pair of boots. You pick the sneakers, 'cause they are cooler. But in the middle of the day it starts raining, your sneakers get soaked and you wish you'd chosen your boots instead. Or if you pick your boots, but the sun turns out to be shining and the temperature's high. Your boots are too warm and you can't take them off in fear that your feet might be smelly. Then you might wish you would've chosen your sneakers.
What I'm trying to say is that no one will know what consequence your decision will have. No one can really tell if it'll be a good or a bad one.
It takes courage to make a decision. Some people can stand their whole lives hesitating and trying to consider what would be the right thing to do, while others recklessly make their decisions without flinching. If people would think things over more than once, would we be smarter or dumber? Can hesitation make us blind the same way recklessness can?
Take your time. The answer will come to you. You will make the right decision, even though it might not seem that way in the beginning.