When you’re facing something big – a messy family situation or a possible move or a business headache or whatever -- and you don’t know what to do next, you can drive yourself crazy going over and over all the options. There’s a lot of pressure to just do something. But one option might be to do nothing -- to choose not to act. The confusion might mean that it’s too early to act. You might not have enough information yet. Maybe, just for today, you could be content to wait and see how things unfold. Maybe the confusion is a friend in disguise.
“When in doubt, don’t.” Unknown
“I have learned to be content whatever my circumstances. . . .” Philippians 4:11