In this life, man basically makes three
types of decisions...right ones, wrong ones and
Many essays have been penned in favor of
making right decisions. And ten times that
number have been penned regarding wrong
But, we daresay there have been but a scant
handful that have been written, either pro or con,
Personally, when all the facts and evidence
are in, we believe the world would have been much
better off with more indecisiveness, not less.
Certainly, there would have been fewer wars,
if there had been more pondering and irresolution.
And we firmly believe there would have much
fewer divorces had one or both parties said, "I
think I shall get a divorce from you someday,
perhaps er, uh, maybe in a little while," rather
than a quick unreasoned "Good-bye, I'm leaving."
We believe the world has lasted as long as it has
because enough of us have hesitatingly vacillated
between receiving and giving, between hurting and
helping, living and dying.
I can't decide whether to stop here or not.
What do you think?