“Our most important decisions are discovered, not made”
[Anne Wilson Schaef]
Paul Harvey would say “and here’s the rest of the story.” Important decisions are active decisions, creating something you will work with and live with and if need be revise in good time.
“We don’t know if a choice is wise or wrong until we’ve lived it” Sarah Ban Breathnach writes in Something More. “We can’t ever really know where a choice will take us, though we may sense its direction. We’re torn between the agonizing should’s and shouldn’ts…… Writer Jeanette Winterson describes our dilemma beautifully: I have a theory that every time you make an important choice, the part of you left behind continues the other life you could have had.”
Experiences generate thought and consideration. They teach from living our choices.
I am grateful for Divine Guidance in all I do, and ask that we would all be blessed to live our experiences to their highest good.