Wednesday, June the 30th, 2004

I’ve been trying very hard to make and reason out a bunch of decisions. It isn’t easy when you don’t really know
a. what it is you’re aiming for.
b. whether the course of action you decree to be the solution really results in forwarding the aim you’re unsure about.

I’ve really tried, but it’s so hard to just go out and execute plans. Things are awesome at the moment. Are fears considering future eventualities, distance, changes and so on warranted? And what’s up with me working under the assumption emotions are simple things that can be turned on or off at a moment’s notice?

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3 Responses to “Decisions, and sticking to them”

  1. moi says:

    I am trying.I really am.And its not intense rem?So no worries.Electronics is never gonna help me,I guess:)

  2. wahgnube says:

    It’s just, I am not always sure what I want.

    (And I got the offlines.)

  3. moi says:

    its a lot better now.just that it isnt pleasant..but it is gud.and u need to hear that from me:)

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