Saturday, April 10, 2021
On very rare occasions you can make the perfect choice. At all other times the perfect choice is not available to you, so you must make the best choice.
None of the alternatives you have to choose from may be ideal. Yet at least one of those alternatives is likely preferable to avoiding a choice altogether.
Or it could be that all of the alternatives are highly desirable, and you don’t want to miss out on any of them. Even in that case, choosing one and excluding all the rest is better than not choosing at all.
You can’t have everything, and you don’t want to have nothing. So you must choose, and make a commitment to your choice.
Value, success, and fulfillment are general, all-encompassing terms. Yet for each of these good things to be present in your life, it must exist in a specific form.
Your choices give life to your vision, to your ideals, even when what you have to choose from is not ideal. Choose the best that you can at every juncture, and you’ll steadily work your way to where you want to be.
Ralph MarstonLife matters Good life
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