Tuesday, August 5, 2008
To be honest, I hate making decisions; especially a big one.
Decision is like a see-saw to me. One weight is pulled down by the force of the gravity will elevate the other end which carries a lighter weight.
In our everyday life, we have to face up and even own up to many decisions that required our attentions.
Trivial things are like; in the morning, we have to decide to wake up early or later. Once we got up, we have to decide to bath or just rinse our face. Opening the wardrobe, we need to decide what to wear. Well, I could go on and keep mentioning all of it. But these are trivial everyday matter.
What really matter in decision making is what it takes to make the right choice.
Making the right choice is hard. We need to always gauge the consequences of all the possibilities. Sometime it can be something which make people happy. Other can be utterly disappointed. What a dilemma...
Until then... I shall take it with grace and with optimistism as I could.
And to make it wiser, advices and warnings are bountiful. At least, at the end of the day, I will not feel guilty for whichever decision have made.
In closing, it is important to hear what the Bible have to say when about to make decision.
Folly delights a man who lacks judgment,
but a man of understanding keeps a straight course.
Plans fail for lack of counsel,
but with many advisers they succeed.
A man finds joy in giving an apt reply—
and how good is a timely word!