pri Decisions: Only You Make Yours Decisions: Only You Make Yours

CS Urja Mahesh Karia

Urja Mahesh KariaDecisions are not easy to make. Sometimes the mind cannot settle, we are unable to reconcile with the subject at hand. The more we think of it, the more it leads to disorder in our lives. We cannot find peace within ourselves. There are something’s which we must do on our own, by listening to our inner voice, that gut feeling, those righteous words which the soul speaks. No amount of advice from an external source helps us in this endeavor of ours. Only we can make our decisions, and no one else. Just the way my Favori Rūmī said, “There is a voice which does not use words. LISTEN”.

Whether we have to choose between two things or we have to accept or decline one particular thing, it takes a lot of courage to take those decisions as they might as well turn out to be life changing for us.

So, here are a few quotes – words of wisdom which may help us to take our decisions or understand its significance:

  • Take two pieces of paper and write down your options on each.Put them in a hat, close your eyes, and pick one. If you feel disappointed with the outcome, then you know that is the wrong decision to make! ― Dina Agnessi-Lorenzetti
  • Make a decision and then make it right. There just are no wrong decisions.”―Abraham Hicks
  • “If you are not comfortable with a decision, chances are high that it´s not the right one for you. ―Rossana Condole
  • Imagine having made the decision.If you get a feeling of relief, that’s the way to go, even if it’s coupled with sadness. ― Emma Gilding
  • Think about how you will feel when you’re 70.First, it will put the difficult decision into perspective (maybe it’s not as big a deal as you think it is) and secondly, it will help you make a good decision for the long term, rather than just for instant gratification. ― Andrew Gills
  • “Think, ask, pray and the right decision will find your way.” ― Farid F. Ibrahim
  • “Never fall in love with anything life throws at you. You have what it takes to colour your environment with the right decisions at the right time!”― Israel more Ayivor
  • Let go of fear.Know there is no “right” or “wrong” decision. Any decision is better than indecision ― Deidre Americo
  • “Be decisive and handle objections as they come, don’t relay on others much and don’t look to others to determine if you’re acting right or wrong. Do what feels right for you.”― Auliq Ice

No matter what decision you make, know that the only factor which leads YOU to make these decisions is Time. And there’s this amazing thing about Time. IT ALWAYS KEEPS CHANGING.

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  1. GNR says:

    I request all you guys first to stop quoting texts of western people and make habituate reading our age old texts to learn from our customs and culture which would give you self confidence and makes your life happy with values and satisfaction. Please do not afraid of to be termed as traditional or communal. What else you want beyond our Bhagavad Gita to learn good messages and management skills. Thousands of foreigners are getting peace by spending their time in India. Please try to know quotes of Mr Max Muller of Germany about our country’s greatness. First respect your home then consider other’s views. Practice, Promote and Patronage our values, Arts, Music, literature and customs.

  2. R. Ravi says:

    Appreciations for the good article.

    Decision making is an art, time bound, circumstantial and state of mind impactful. There is no good or bad decision, the outcome result can only be determined as good or bad.

  3. ShailendraKumar says:

    The process of taking independent or collective decision is very tough interns of finality of favor or against. Your positive thinking does not mean that you take decision in favor under duress for an issue nor compulsion to take decision. It should always be free and without fear, independent and impartial, so that your inner voice/soul should be satisfied your curiosity in all respects.

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