Q: How do I know when I make a decision about something that it’ll be right? I’m afraid I’m not very good at making wise decisions. — E.G.
A: Since we cannot see into the future, there’s no way to know for certain if we’re making the best decision when faced with a choice. However, you can use reason to make your best guess at the optimal choice. Try envisioning the implications (to you, other people, your society, the environment) of your different choices. If this is a major decision that will have far reaching effects, it might help to write your ideas down so that you can take the proper time in your deliberations. Then you’ll need to determine which of the actions is the most beneficial overall, taking yourself, other people, your society, and the environment into account. The weights that you attribute to these different aspects are entirely your choice. However, keep in mind that the results of your decision may be irreversible.
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