One of childhood’s favorite authors, the late Theodor S. Geisel (best known as “Dr. Seuss”), wrote a poem about the difficulty, but necessity, of making decisions. It reads, in part…
Did I tell you before about the Zoad
Who came to two signs at the fork in the road?
One said to Place One; the other Place Two,
So the Zoad had to make up his mind what to do.
Well, the Zoad scratched his head, his chin and his pants
And said to himself, I’m taking a chance.
If I go to Place One it may be too hot
And how do I know if I’ll like it or not?
Place Two must be best.
On the other hand, I’d be some sort of fool
If I go to Place Two and find it too cool.
In that case I might catch a chill and turn blue.
So maybe Place One…
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