Life is like a quiz.
It's a pile of questions upon questions, each of which has a set of multiple choice for answers. These are our crossroads. The choices we make for our answers are our decisions.
The difference is that the choices are neither right nor wrong which is why we are not required to review. In fact there are no such things as reviewers in this type of quiz. And when we choose our answers we don't use our mind alone but also our heart.
Some correct answers will be vague, others will be illogical but right, most are dead sure answers but are chosen otherwise by people. Whatever answers we chose are affected by circumstances that we are experiencing. Other persons will not understand why we decided that way, others will support and provide guidance. But at any rate, we may opt not to choose any answer and get contented with what we already have.
The other difference is that we are allowed to copy from any whom you think is worth copying. That means we can copy or idolize the lives of others but may not have the same results.
And like any other quiz, one has to pass in order to be successful. But that doesn't mean getting all the answers right. Some answers will be deemed failures, others will be partially correct. Because unlike any other quiz, we will answer questions while learning from them. And these lessons will pile up as we answer more. And as we do rummage through the questions, we'll eventually learn to cope up and pass with flying colors.
from -- Life's Like That!