With all my strengths, given the fact that no one is perfect, I must present at least one weakness.
This deals with the fact that I tend to make decisions without seeing the whole picture. I typically impulsively decide things based on a few facets with other factors neglected. I really shouldn’t be this hasty, and should consider all details of a decision and take my time. Sometimes this insufficient analysis leads to obstinacy.
This includes decisions like choosing a college, those textbooks I read for pleasure, buying other products, and much more. At my “Cedar City” business, I have sold three textbooks, have two to go, but have taken the remaining two off the market so I can, yes, read them! When I buy textbooks (namely, for fun) while I learn a lot, I worry that I’m not getting the correct or important information. Well, big deal. While college professors can give you a deeper understanding, a 1978 book, aiming to provide suggestions for those adults that want the knowledge of college, said that learning is “internal,” and the lectures, homework, etc., are just supplemental. The textbooks on the market discuss the same basic things, but professors differ just as all people do. Colleges have multiple professors, yet you’ll probably only get one. And since there are sundry colleges coast to coast, it’s all a luck of the draw. Some professors aren’t that good anyway. Therefore, I earnestly count my blessings here, particularly in comprehending information that many people don’t, which I thank the Lord for. I also enjoy, and am quite talented in, summarizing technical/scientific information into plain English, and am indeed quite good at it.
OK, enough with the academics. Dietary choices when shopping are often impulsive, as well as the “need” (really a desire) to eat out rather frequently. When eating, I tend to binge, which depletes food rather quickly. This often does warrant take-out, but if I observed portion rules better, maybe food wouldn’t be depleted so quickly. And often, I may blunder on budgeting sometimes.
This, by the way, is a great topic for prayer. A daily diet of Scripture is also crucial. Pray that the wisdom of God will guide me in all endeavors, of all kinds.
Decisions, decisions, decisions, what are we gonna do?