“Choices can be well reasoned or poorly reasoned. Their results can be surprisingly beneficial or surprisingly damaging. But there’s no such thing as a categorically right course of action, just an array of possible ones — and for each, a sprawling, endless web of consequences.”
How often do you agonize over your decisions in an attempt to figure out what is the right choice?
Raptitude suggests this is a waste of time and mental energy because there is no right decision.
The post points out there are infinite possibilities around any choice we make and that while we can try to make wise choices, those aren’t the same as the right choice.
Ultimately, they are all just stories we tell ourselves about the decisions we make.