Continuing on the idea of the abundance of bread. 😀
I realize that’s like life’s choices as well.
So if I hadn’t buy so much bread beforehand, (thinking that I can have it for breakfast and dinner), I could have make the actual decision of what I want for dinner at approaching dinner time.
The advance making of choices now, disables the decision making later.
But what if I want something else at the exact time of decision.
If I decide for later, now, I lose my privilege for decision making later.
What if, there were more or better choices later on?
While it borders between the line of being prepared beforehand and being decisive, I guess different situations caters for different level of prepared-ness.
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