Yeah, I had to decide things and carry out the decision. Be it about works, relationships, purchases, bla bla bla.. the list is growing longer each day... Sometimes I made the right one, sometimes not so right, and sometimes totally wrong.. The sour part is that : it doesn't matter whether I acted upon the right, not so right or totally wrong decisions, still, sometimes the feeling of guilt lurking in my head as the aftermath of these 2 inter-related process.
Today is no exceptions.
The guilt I am experiencing is so disturbing.
I had purchased a vehicle for a business venture with a friend. The deal was that, my friend was to run the business, while I was to pay for the price of the vehicle and to provide the business capital. The business venture flop and the vehicle started to rot in my friend's garage. So, I decided to sell the vehicle to minimise my loss.
To sell the vehicle is a totally wrong decision, in my friend's point of view. I oppose that view. Followed by disagreements.. and thereafter arguments.
Result : The vehicle is still sitting in the garage. But our friendship severed.
Accidentally, my desk calender for today has this quotation printed on it : "Admit your mistakes"....
I admit that not being hands-on on the business venture is a mistake.
I am still thinking how I must ractify the mistakes...