Decisions—Decisions—Decisions

No one escapes decisions; they are ever demanding attention— from the simple decisions of the child at play to the important decisions of heads of state. At times decisions appear to surround us like the cannon in Tennyson's poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade"—decisions to the right, decisions to the left, decisions in front—and they often appear to be devastating.

Perhaps at no period in the individual's experience do decisions seem more important than to the young adult. Over a relatively short period there must be decisions made regarding careers, marriage, employment, location. He must also decide what is his real purpose in life and what constitutes true values.

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