Within the next month or so I will have been to six different states for many different reasons. All of them being “life goal” oriented and all being large steps into a world of the unknown. As these unfamiliar places become a new playground, I will be forced to decide new things that will or will not be a big parts of my future. Regardless, all that will be seen will start with a choice.
I spent the last week in Los Angeles, California trying to uncover whether or not moving there would be a good idea. I sat on the plane with excitement, nerves, and indifferent schools of thought that filled my head. Questions like, “What if it’s not what I want?” and “What if it is what I want?” became my main focus all six hours of air travel.
A temporary stay to a potential permanent home was hard to stitch into a five day trip. But what I learned was this:
If there is a choice, then there is hope. There is ALWAYS a choice, so there is ALWAYS hope.
When you look at your life, do not set your sight on which is the “right choice”. Because often times, there isn’t always one right choice. Sometimes there are many!
My favorite poet, Robert Frost, speaks to this idea:
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I –
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.”
So don’t panic or stress, and do what you feel is best. Choosing the right decision is as easy as looking at your options and deciding that there isn’t one correct answer–but rather, many.
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