The hardest decisions I have ever had to make were when there was no clear answer. No right, no wrong. Just a choice.
We learn that we fought over the freedom to choose before we came to this earth. Free agency was a huge victory for us, and we rejoiced when it was clear that we would have that blessing.
So it's funny that sometimes we want decisions to be made for us. Who do I marry? Where do I work? When do I have a baby? What do I order for dinner? Some decisions are plain and simple. The choice is obvious. Others, not so much.
I have been plagued with indecisiveness my entire life. I enjoy company dinners when there is one, maybe two, options for dinner. The fewer choices the better. Opening a menu at a restaurant causes me much unnecessary stress. My wife is often the same.
What do you get with two indecisive people? I can't decide.