Sometimes answers to our indecisiveness are quite simple and straightforward. We only are blind to those answers because we are too worked-up while finding a way out of the sinkhole. I call these answers or choices as paths of least resistance approaches. Electricity takes the path of least resistance. Lightening takes the path of least resistance. Even rivers take the path of least resistance when they meander to meet oceans.
But when one is left with no choice, they have no option but to keep on walking. When electricity doesn’t find a path of least resistance, it melts and destroys the conductor. Glaciers cut rocks. But when we compare this to human situations, we are always blessed with choices and paths with the least resistance. We only forget to take them sometimes.