Forks and Knives

Sometimes it’s simply fear of too many choices that prevents us from doing something meaningful. Going down one path means we’re not going down another, maybe more fruitful path. Instead we just stand there at the fork, trying to cut through the clutter and know what the right answer is before we commit.

Some knives are better for cutting certain things. Before we hit another fork in the road, maybe it’s good to sharpen our knives along the way. What are your knives best at cutting?

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