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thats never happened for me on anything important lol
 
This relies on the assumption that what you desire is good for you. Often this is not the case. Think of unhealthy food, drugs if you are addicted (e.g. to cigarettes), being lazy when you should work out, watching TV when you should study etc.
 
Nice .......Now I don't have to go ORACLE everytime :):)
 
is it the realization that a coin is about to decide for your brain? does the brain settle it's strike and go back to work as soon as it realizes it is about to be outsourced to a another shiny object?
 
There are only two kinds of choices I use a coin for:
-Those that don't matter.
-Those in which I really want to do one thing but know I really need to do another.

Deciding while the coin is in the air doesn't work for either of those.
 
tossing coin...100% guaranteed at the start of soccer match...till now..
 
Right, thanks, I didn't know it. The question still remains, why what I hope for is the correct answer?
 
Sametime it work out e.g"cheeseburger or Chicken Burger"
 
'Current research' suggests you make better decisions when in need of a pee!!!!
and that 'snap' decisions are normally the best.

So, why the hell do companies needs 'boards' of people that take months to make a decision!?!?!?
 
This reminds me of a story called the 50 cent computer. A boy is going to his uncles for a week, and this boy is head over heels for technology. His uncle has no technology and the boy asked do you have a computer? The uncle gave him a 50 cent piece and said it'll answer any question. So the boy used it and eventually got lost, the sheriff and took him back. The boy said I kept on asking it questions but it kept on giving me the wrong answer. The uncle said that's because we have the most super computer. It's in us, our brain, it allows us to make our own choices. We don't have to rely on computers to give us the answer.
 
easy way to make descisions
 
these are the briefest moments that pass us by
 
That's some deep insight
 
Amazing how simply brilliant this statement is. 
 
love it, very true, never thought of it until now...
 
It's true!
At that moment you start wishing for one over the other. ;)
 
Unless one is completely lost like in the middle of the desert...at that point you're just hoping that whatever decision you make is the right one...
 
Touches up on the issue of having sincerity in what one seeks, or objectivity
 
I learned this from my first ever boss and good friend Bill many, many years ago. It really does work.
 
With the coin you let go of your likes and dislikes and get ready to accept anything that comes your way. That is a step towards enlightenment.
 
My primary method of choosing between Chinese food, or Dominos.
 
So.....what's for lunch? :-) 
 
I hadn't thought about that way.
 
There is but one choice and two options.
 
The first thought is always the right thing to do.
 
I've done this many times. If you find yourself thinking, "I hope it lands...", ignore the coin and follow year heart. If not, then it doesn't really matter anyway.
 
Can i use that method ..... good day...
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