Standing at the junction
Making choices sans compunction
What will we choose what is our plan
What direction is best for the human clan
We’ve each had our lifetimes experiences illusions
Somehow we’ve managed to come through confusions
As we sit here in the midst of a millennium
Is there a direction or another pendulum
The choices before us many some bold
Stay the same course strike out of the fold
The tack we choose will impact every day
The path we traverse directs us when we pray
What is your vision your desired legacy
Do you have will or is gold as security
Do you want to be able to say
I had a choice and did it my way
What is the end of a life that is humdrum
You get to the finish and see your end run
You never faced the choices presented
Your vision was never fully fermented
Say to yourself on the verge of new morning
What is the from to carve at this dawning
Whether it’s money a cause or your art
Make sure your choices honor your heart
When you stand at a crossroads in your life that requires choices and decisions,
what are the values that govern your decision-making process?
What are the factors you look at making those choices?
How do you decide?
Has the process you have been using served you well?
What would you change?
- Stewart Levine ©
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