Have you been confronted with a tough decision, a life altering choice that will have a huge impact on the rest of your life? Folks call it, “A fork in the road” and I had a very difficult decision, which road to take, at age 22.
Excerpt from the nonfiction book, Watching Their Dance: Chapter 1, paragraph 1
“Some lives seem to move smoothly along a natural continuum, with one event or decision seeming to slide into the next. Such people seem to have faced no dramatic forks in the road, had few life-altering choices to make. Other lives, at least in hindsight, travel in a particular direction at one particular life-changing moment. That’s what happened to me, when, at age twenty-two, I suddenly had to confront the most complicated decision of my life.”
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