I ignore my fear. When I make decisions, I pretend it doesn't exist.
There is no real direction here, neither lines of power nor cooperation. Decisions are never really made - at best they manage to emerge, from a chaos of peeves, whims, hallucinations and all around assholery.
Making decisions was the painful part for me, the part I agonized over. But once the decision was made, I simply followed through-usually with relief that the choice was made. Sometimes the relief was tainted by despair, like my decision to come to Forks. But it was still better than wrestling with the alternatives.
You're exactly like Charlie. Once you make up your mind, there is no reasoning with you. Of course, exactly like Charlie, you stick by your decisions, too.
When you make a decision, you are really diving in a strong current that will bring you to places you never dreamed of when you first made that decision
This is eminently true of many happy moments in life. Freed from the demands of decision and intention, adrift on some inner sea, we observe our various movements as if they belonged to someone else, and yet we admire their involuntary excellence.
Human life occurs only once, and the reason we cannot determine which of our decisions are good and which bad is that in a given situation we can make only one decision; we are not granted a second, third, or fourth life in which to compare various decisions.
It may be the wrong decision, but fuck it, it's mine.
In life, you have to take lots of decisions and if you don't take decisions you would never do anything because you would spend all your time choosing between things you could do.
You make the decision: Whom did God punish?
This was no spur of the moment decision... do not take me for granted.
This was not a spurr-of-the-moment decision. Do not take me for granted... again.
I missed you every minute this week and I don't want to spend another day without you. If my mom disowns me for being with a vampire, then that's her decision, but I've made mine, and I won't apologize of back down from it.
Kitten, you need to make a decision. Either we stay here and behave or we leave now and I promise you"-his voice dipped lower and the words fell against my lips-"if we leave, I won't behave.
Maybe those sorts of yes-or-no life-and-death decisions are easier to make because they are so black and white. I can cope with them because it's easier. Human emotions, well. . .they're just a fathomless collection of grays and I don't do so well on the midtones.
Every time he tried to reconstruct the internal arguments that had led to his decision, they sounded feebler to him.
The torments of a proud decision, a deep conscience! God, in whom he did not believe, and his truth were overcoming his heart, which still did not want to submit.
No one believes more firmly than Comrade Napoleon that all animals are equal. He would be only too happy to let you make your decisions for yourselves. But sometimes you might make the wrong decisions, comrades, and then where should we be?
There are always two figures in a marriage, two votes, two conflicting sets of decisions, desires and limitations.
In such seconds of decision entire futures are made.
Life is filled with difficult decisions, and winners are those who make them.
Evil presupposes a moral decision, intention, and some forethought. A moran or a lout, howeverm doesn't stop to think or reason.
But don't you see, all human decisions are made like this. Do you think the mother knows what will happen to the child in her womb? Dear God, we are lost, I tell you. What does it matter if you give it to me and it's wrong! There is no wrong! There is only desperation, and I would have it! I want to live forever with you.
I have no idea whether beginning with my accident was the best decision, as I've never written a book before. Truth be told, I started with the crash because I wanted to catch your interest and drag you into the story. You're still reading, so it seems to have worked.
I think it's unfair to even speculate on any decision because I haven't made one. Honestly, I haven't given any thought to that.
Ron (Dennis) said he's not going to make a decision on drivers yet.
Nineteen distinguished years is all you could hope for from Nate as a player and a coach. He made a decision and we respect that, and now we're going to move ahead with our franchise.
We think in the next several weeks it's possible some decision might be made. At this point, I can't confirm anything. I can't say we've ruled anything in or out.
We do give preference to the lower volume renter. It's simply a resource allocation. We don't have to do it too often. We prefer not to have to do it at all. The realities are of business that sometimes we have to make tough decisions.
I made the decisions that had to be made, ... I never really thought 'Wow, what are we doing This is bizarre. Have we lost our collective organizational minds What's going on' I never really thought that. I thought each of these kids could answer the call and do what was needed of them and could pinch in. They have. All of them were direct responses to specific needs that we had at the time. I think they all made sense to us when we did them. I don't know that there was any unorthodox one. Maybe Joey Devine, because there hasn't been anyone drafted in our organization who has been on the playoff roster that same year.