Voting from the heart

As I read up on candidates' positions and ballot initiatives in preparation for elections in the United States, three scenes related to decision-making come to mind.

Scene One took place a couple of decades ago at a crossroads in my career. I was in a line of work that felt right to me. Unexpectedly I got an attractive job offer that would have taken me on a somewhat different path. After mulling over the pros and cons, I called a man whose warm spirituality had often helped me see things more clearly. He asked me what my first thought had been when I was offered the job. I said it had been not to take it. After we talked a little more, he assured me that I could trust my intuition.

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