A problem with a solution needs a decision. But how do we make the important decision in our life?
Usually we try to get someone else to make the difficult decision for us. That way, if it goes wrong, we’ve got some one to blame. Some of my friends try to trick me into making decisions for them, but I won’t. All I will do is show them how they can make wise decisions by themselves.
When we come to the crossroads and we are unsure what direction to take, we should pull over to the side, have a break and wait for a bus.
Soon, usually when we are not expecting it, a bus arrives. On the front of a public bus is a sign in a big bold letters indicating where the bus is going. If that destination suits you, then take that bus, if not, wait. There’s always another bus behind.
In other words, when we have to make a decision and are unsure what that decision should be, we need to pull over to the side, have a break and wait. Soon, usually when we are not expecting it, a solution will come. Every solution has its own destination, if that destination suits us, then we take that solution. If not, we wait. There’s always another solution coming behind.
That’s how I make my decisions. I gather all the information and wait for the solution. A good one will always come, as long as I am patient. It usually arrives unexpectedly, when I am not thinking about it.
Namaste with Love