I know that holding off on certain things is sometimes necessary for practical reasons like lack of funds, but when you have the opportunity to do something and you wait to do it thinking you’ll have a chance to do so the next time. . .that next time may never come. Many of my regrets are related to things I didn’t do while on vacation, because I thought I’d do so as I walked back to that street, or maybe the next time I was in the city.
Both choices is not a possibility
Okay, sure—when given the choice between chocolate and vanilla, you can choose to have both flavours of ice cream. But, when you have the choice between living in two cities or working at two different jobs, there is only one choice that will be possible. Life isn’t like the movie Sliding Doors with Gwyneth Paltrow, where you can choose two choices and see how each turns out.
Photo from Laura Marling website
The above photo represents to me all the possibilities there are left in the world and in my future, and also crossing over to the right choice for me.
Do you feel like you’re standing at a crossroads at the moment? Do you have a particular way of deciding between two choices?