Knowing what to do

By Philip Dodson

Often we are unsure of what to do.

We umm and argh about what might be the solution.

The thing is there is not one answer, so perhaps it is not worth the worry about what choice to make. Anyone might work.

Perhaps it is better to just do something without too much thought, then get even better next time if it doesn’t bring the outcome we’d hope for.

Imagine if we took a lifetime of energy that we can end up wasting on indecision and applied it to action instead. What could we all achieve?

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