While it may seem so incredibly mundane, making a decision is probably one of our greatest internal struggles that we go through on a day to day basis. In fact, making a decision that we’re completely whole and confident with is even more likely to challenge us and tear us apart. But why is that? Why is it that even when it comes down to the smallest of matters, are we so unable to trust ourselves and know that whatever we’ve chosen was the right thing to do, the correct move to make? Why is it that we need to doubt ourselves, question ourselves, search for the confirmation from others, and think about every other possible outcome other than the one we’ve chosen, even when it comes to the most simple of decisions?
“It's not about making the right choice. It's about making a choice and making it right.” ― J.R. Rim