“Nowhere is it written that decisions are supposed to be easy. Every choice requires a combination of intellect, intuition, and gut instinct. And the more important the decision, the harder it seems. Why? Because perceived importance increases our fear of making the wrong choice and what that might mean.
When choosing between two brands of cereal, I doubt you agonize, because you know the wrong cereal won’t bring the sky crashing down. But will selecting the wrong college, or sweetheart, or job mean catastrophe? How can you know this? Faith reminds us that every decision we make can serve our highest good and learning – that EVERY choice leads to wisdom.”
Dan Millman, in “Living on Purpose”
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