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I think part of the problem in the illusion of choice is that when presented with so many decisions to make, one often ends up not making any decisions at all. It’s as though we’re hoping that by not making a choice, somehow a choice will magically be made for us.
We tend to freeze, to stall, to wait, and to postpone decision making out of fear of making the wrong choice. I personally know plenty of Christian men who have fallen into that trap, rejecting the bright, godly, amazing women God has put in front of their eyes out of fear of missing out on something or someone that might not even exist.