Sometimes we must make difficult decisions. These decisions become difficult because multiple values are in conflict. Making a decision means choosing between those ordinarily agreeable values that circumstances have put at odds. In the most difficult of decisions, you can rest assured that whatever you do will haunt in some way, at least for a while. That’s how you know it really was a difficult decision. No one can make these decisions for you because these decisions ultimate define what kind of a person you are. Having someone or something else decide for you prevents you from becoming yourself.