Tough Decisions

28 March 2014 ~ Question of the Day ~ Tough Decisions

Sometimes in life we have tough decisions to make where the answer or choice is not clear. Where do you turn for help in making those decisions?
Ask family and friends?
Ask a counselor or experts, or try to figure out what someone you admire would decide?
Do you seek more knowledge or information, to learn more about the matter you are deciding on?
Do you ask someone from your philosophy or religion, or seek the answer from further study of your philosophy or religion?
Do you look inside yourself for your own intuition or perhaps consult runes or tarot or other sources of clues or answers, like opening a special book at random, and reading?
Do you get quieter and seek inspiration?
Do you seek inspiration from Nature?
Do you look for some help from your astrological chart or other self-descriptive system?
Or some other source of help?

I tend to do the best research I can in the time available, analyse with the best logic available, then rely on my own intuition.
If I know anyone with relevant interests, I am likely to consult them.
I don’t have a philosophy or a religion. I am an eclectic soul, just taking what seems most effective from whatever I encounter, and whatever my intuition comes up with.
I don’t do runes or tarot or anything similar, though I do have some techniques for accessing my intuitive side that many would find a little odd.
I do sometimes do random searches, and that has been proven to be the quickest way to uncertain information.
I certainly spend time in contemplation – particularly early morning time.
I certainly spend time in nature, even if it is just looking out the window most days – I try to get outside for several hours at least twice a week.
I don’t do astrology, or anything similar.

About Ted Howard NZ

Seems like I might be a cancer survivor. Thinking about the systemic incentives within the world we find ourselves in, and how we might adjust them to provide an environment that supports everyone (no exceptions) - see
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