Decision Time

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Time has a way of making decisions for you.

If you don’t make the decision, no biggie. Time has a way of making decisions for you.

If you can’t bear not having a decision made in your favour, well, you’re going to have to make the decision. It’s as simple as that. But you shouldn’t worry once that decision is made. By then it’s in the past.

The worst thing you can do is have the decision be half-made. Perhaps by only going partly in, or by leaving the door open for more in the future. Then you truly are leaving things up to chance, and you are giving time all the time it needs to make the decision for you.

Which, again, is no biggie. If it really was important to you, you would have made the decision.

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