A Millenial’s Decision Time, Or Not

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“Okay, so I’m kinda, pretty close at that decision I can see directly in front of me. However, at some point, it seems that some of those other options are also attractive to me. I’m not sure but I think that sometimes making a decision is to be decisive. In a manner of speaking, it seems that multiple choices only prolongs decisive decisions, but that’s only how it appears; I’m not sure. Sometimes, but not always, I feel a sway leading me from one of them to one of the other ones that I’m still not sure about yet.

It appears that time is a factor but don’t hold me to it, at least all the time. In a manner of speaking, I suspect that a fashion of my decision depends a little (or a lot) on what I know and what I don’t know.

If my behavior bothers you, I apologize even though it sometimes, rarely happens. There’s a slight chance that I may be nearing a decision very soon, if not later. In a way, I strongly believe that a slight pause may assist me in my deliberations.

(Is my childhood bicycle helmet the result of my waverings? If I fell off my bike a time or two, would it have taught me a lesson? Was mom calling me a snowflake every morning, the unique person that I am, the cause of my “mights” and “sometimes’?)

I’m not sure but I sometimes and often times, wonder. Well, I’m done for now. I think or confidently hold that this treatise is close enough.”

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About Rev. Joe Jagodensky, SDS.

A Roman Catholic priest since 1980 and a member of the Society of the Divine Savior (Salvatorians). www.Salvatorians.com. Six books on Amazon.com.
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