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If we come across a fork on the road, and we have nowhere specific to go, does it matter which road we take?

If we have a million podcasts to choose from, but we don't know what we want to listen to, does it matter which one we choose?

Choices matter only when we want something specific. With that lens, there are right choices and wrong choices; good choices and bad choices.

But when we don't want something specific, we can make any choice and experience what it has to bring us.

We spend a lot of time weighing our choices and not enough time deciding what we want.

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