Who Is The Right Decision? Essay

841 Words Sep 8th, 2016 4 Pages
At some point, especially now at this age, we decide to evaluate our lives. What do we want? What are our plans? What are our desires? The answers to all of these question are different for each person you ask. At some point though, we have all taken the time to think it out. For me, it tends to end up causing more stress than benefits. Its terrifying going after what you actually want. You will never know if you truly made the right decision, it will just depend on how that decision made you feel at the time.
Others are more driven to getting what they want and are willing to put in the years and energy it takes for them to be fulfilled. For others, they can be content with just sitting back and letting whatever comes their way happen. Most of the time we are very centered on what’s going to help us fulfill what we desire, we tend to not care unless it benefits us in the long run.
The end goal is to be satisfied with our lives when this life is over. We basically don’t want to have regrets of the past. Each individual knows what they desire, and it won’t be the same as others.
In the end, we have the power and the final say in our lives, and we must do what we think benefits us. This raises a concern though, if we are focusing only on our needs for too long, wont we become too self-centered and lose the benefits of what it’s like to help others. When do we become to obsessed with what we may want that we forget that there are other people in our lives that we can help.…

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