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Deciding

Beyond turmoil randomness of dice
Launching new space expecting rice
Free of cogitation old migraine brain
Time for action all that remains

Primal indecision had you vise gripped
Afraid of choices fear of being gypped
Baffling options repeat back then forth
Aqueous fluids whipped into froth

Suddenly cheerful out of the tube
Your ears were full now time to groove
Dark clouds dispersed after torrential rain
Lightening enabled letting go of pain

Doing easy once you know what
Deciding the hard part casting your lot
Freedom waiting so make a choice
Begin celebrating you can rejoice

Always remember if you choose wrong
Choose again sing a new song
Precious effort not wasted for naught
Every decision lessons are taught

How much have you suffered making decisions?

How has learning from decisions informed current behavior?

– Stewart Levine ©

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