Decisions, decisions, decisions. Life is a myriad of choices. Actions and consequences. If you are an emotional type you'd just go haywire. If intellectual, you'd see life as a chessboard where one choice has so many consequences. Explains why chess is the ultimate test of cerebral fitness. I tried getting into chess... but preferred space invaders where you just shoot all the aliens.. probably not the best training for the mind.
In chess you just make a move and try to anticipate the counter move. Don't make a move till you've thought it through. With each action is a counter action. Probably best to buy a chess set and match minds with someone smarter... this way you'll learn to face consequences of every move.. and learn to think things through and not appear half baked.
Decisions though about love and relationships and career just means following your heart. That way you will always have the drive to keep on going. Making mistakes means learning from them so learn as you go. Don't teeter totter on making decisions just learn as you go. Life is short and procrastination doesn't teach anything. Mistakes do. Just don't make the same mistakes over and over. Make new mistakes. Learn and you will have a full life. It beats worry and boredome.
What you will eventually learn is to be yourself. To thine own self be true. And the best things is life are friends, careers and possibly lovers who are still there even though you've made mistakes. I like watercolors since it is very forgiving. If something doesn't work out it wasn't meant to be. let go. Stick to things, people and places where you can be you and it's alright. Letting go of opportunities for personal reasons is ok. Just know your priorities. I was studying architecture in college but gave it up since my heart wasn't in it. I pursued arts and am happy with it. I sell stuff through ebay and find kindred souls here and there. Donna stuck with me through high school and is still my friend though our relationship had frustrations. She's still there.
And when we meet our final hour, we will know God is there. Countless mistakes. Forgiven. Just have faith.