Sometimes in life you have to make decisions quick mere life decisions, risk-taking decisions, relationship decisions, basically anything that predetermines your future. Then once decided, you wonder absent-mindlessly if it is all worth it? I personally have made very very terrible decisions over the past decades and even now, I am indecisive when I have to decide on something practical. However you learn from that, and improve. I'm proud to say that my indecisiveness isn't as solid as before; I am able to foresee myself working under a field I enjoy doing or where I'll be in 10 years time. It may not be the clear picture of my future but it's good to have a vague idea of what you desire to achieve.
Something just hit me whether I'm rushing into things quickly or am I just repeating the same mistake by moving super slow. It's best not to let emotions play a role in this because usually, they make irrational decisions although I use the senses and intuition pretty much most of the time. At the moment, I am perplexed. I can't feel and I don't wish to. There are millions of ways to describe my current emotions, guess this is something I wish to avoid for a very long time after a failed one. However when you like someone or something, you just know. You're not supposed to have doubts. Why do I? I'm just scared of what I'm about to face.