If you watch any amount of television, cartoons, or movies, inevitably you will encounter a scene of a person who is conflicted about a decision and ends up with a miniature version of him- or herself on each shoulder. One is “good” and one is “bad,” and each tries to convince the decision maker regarding which choice to make. If we examine our own lives, we know that there are times when we must deal with internal voices talking to us about the choices we face. The difficult decisions are difficult for a reason, but if we calm ourselves and listen to the voices, we can make a great decision.
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