Food for Thought 175/365
Having a light bulb moment. Or, well, an onion bulb, at least.
One of my absolute favourite things in the world is having a good idea. Not just something novel, but something feasible. Not just the seed of a thought, but a fully formed concept.
I suppose this is because I'm very susceptible to paralysis by indecision. If I can't clearly see which choice is the "right" choice, I find it very hard to move forward. So when a moment of clarity strikes, I like to seize it.
The cost of indecision is often higher than the cost of the wrong decision. Mistakes can be learned from. And in the scheme of things, will the mistakes even matter at all?
Or, in the words of Beckett, "Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better."
(P.S., this is the first time in this whole project that I've had to use my mug! Ah well, had to happen eventually I suppose!)