"In the midst of Decision"

@kiking (30)
Philippines
July 23, 2012 9:29pm CST
Two things to make a decision, don't make any decision when you're happy and don't make any decision when you're angry..
4 responses
@jricky1 (6808)
• China
25 Jul 12
This is really fun that we should not make any decision when we are happy and do not do things reckless.This is a good lesson to take and then we may find it right after calming down.So i think this is cool and good to learn.Thanks for share,kiking.
@kiking (30)
• Philippines
26 Jul 12
it's a lesson for me cause I experience about decision making with this both emotion, and all I've got is regret.. so we just need to get calm and not to be reckless.. your welcome jricky1.. :)
@akash009 (453)
• India
24 Jul 12
hello, Yes you are right my friend. What you said above are jem of a sentence. We should never make a decision when we are angry. Then we will definitely regret that decision in the future. Thats the thing we should never be doing. Always we should be cool in our mind while making a decision. When we are happy and in a sound mood then and then only we should make a decision. Thats the best way to decide in any complex situation. Then we will definitely not regret our decision. This thing is very important and we all should remember that.
@kiking (30)
• Philippines
31 Jul 12
yes, yes, yes.. have a blessed day to you..
@alllll (83)
• India
24 Jul 12
It will be harmful if peoples takes any dicision when he/she is angry.Tell me why is it not true to take a decision when I am happy.Give a substance about it.
@kiking (30)
• Philippines
26 Jul 12
that's why when your happy think of it what you're deciding for, maybe your just excited to take a decision or else you will might say why is this so?..just calm down to take a decision..
@arizen (152)
• Philippines
24 Jul 12
Yes I agree. I have made a couple of mistakes when I decide during the height of my emotions. So basically, we have to let any emotion subside so that we can objectively think when deciding.
@kiking (30)
• Philippines
26 Jul 12
Yes, It's better to let any emotions subside so that we can decide what is right..