Every man's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.
- Ernest Hemingway
How do we know when to move on in life?
This is a question I often find myself asking, well...all the time. I don't know about you, but I live constantly worrying about missing out on new opportunities. While I don't know if this is healthy way of living, it's the way I have always lived my life. Even now when I play a video game with multiple options I will always save a game so I can come back and try both approaches. But I digress from my original point. I never want to feel like I am becoming stagnant or moving too fast. I want the most from life, but just like Goldilocks: not to fast, not to slow, but just right. I could tell you how I follow my gut and instincts, but this isn't entirely true. While I do get that nagging feeling to move on, or I may ignore that anxious one and sit still just a while longer. But in the end I always try to weigh each situation logically before I make a move. It's a delicate balance just like everything else in life, but the one piece of advice that rings loudest is the most simple; live without regrets. If you ever feel that you may have a regret about a decision you're about to make take a moment and think it over first. Every moment in life has two or more outcomes, so despite what we may think we always have a choice. Life's a magician and it's bag of tricks are the choices we face every day.
- Robby Silk