Tuesday, May 31, 2011

My Decision

I'm guessing that you ladies and gents were wondering about my decision this weekend.

Well... I decided not to decide just yet. When I went into a panic on Friday, I stepped into an old habit that I've been trying to break. I moved past the balance point from living in the now with an eye on the future to worrying about the future and forgetting about the now.

Because of that, I ended up trying to make a decision when I lacked the information.

As Sherlock Holmes said in the Robert Downey Jr. movie: "Data data data. I cannot make bricks without clay..."

So... I wrote out a short (very short) resume and mailed it to the people doing the auditions. If I get called, I'll go. If I don't, I finish my degree. If I get chosen to play the role, I'll go into solving-two-place-at-one-time-issue mode.

Not before.

In the mean time, I will register to finish that one subject, because I refuse to drag my failure to complete the course with me for the rest of my life.

On that note, I would just like for you to help me pray for God's will to be done with regards to the role and that I have the wisdom to see His will when the time comes.

Do you have any prayer needs?


Suze said...

My dear Misha, I have been known to rush into very important decisions in the past-- with grave consequences. If I could dole out one itty bit of advice to you, it would be this: When in doubt, wait it out.

Oh, and never buy a car at night. ;)

Fingers crossed for you this day.

E.J. Wesley said...

Wishing you the best, Misha! Hope all goes well ...

I actually stopped by to say 'thank you' for your support during my A-Z blogging month. I've created a fun "no strings attached" blog award for you and all of the other awesome bloggers who offered feedback and encouragement.

You can view the award and my thank you note here:

Hope you are well and that I see you around in the future!


Anonymous said...

Right now I am praying for your success. If you want the role, may you get it. Look at me, I sometimes start sounding like a Maharishi. What I mean is that if there is betterment in it for you, you will get it.
This is Munir over at Focus. Blogger is not allowing me to comment as myself on some of the blogs so excuse me for writing as anonymous.

Misha said...

Suze thanks for the advice. :-)

Thanks very much, E.J.

Munir you made a great point. Thanks so much!