Sunday, May 16, 2010
Fork in the road decisions
In life, there are moments in time where we need to make a decision between two choices. At that moment and on the surface, both choices seem to be valid and both have merit. One may appeal to more people, but one may affect the right people. One may be logical in nature and one may be emotional. But there is always a clear cut "right" choice. The problem is that we won't know which one was right until after the decision is made. Ultimately, the wrong choice is made. Can't take it back. You wish you could though. So now what? Come to grips with the consequences (every choice has them), move on and learn from it. That's all you can do because once it's in the Cosmos, you can never take it back.
I wish there were decisions that were more like spoons or knives in the road. They seem like they have easier answers.