Doors, doors, and more doors

Last night's meeting at Short's Brewing Co. began with a question about regret and doubt. How often do we make decisions and then go back and wonder what would have been if you'd made the other decision?

Someone compared it to walking through a door. Once you've gone through that one door, you will always wonder what was behind the other doors. Then someone else in the group said, "There are other doors?!"

How much fate vs. free will, or destinity vs. chance is there in our decisionmaking process? Better question, what is the place for regret and wonder in these decisions?

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In order to live man must believe in that for which he lives.
- Huston Smith
unTapped is a conversation about faith and spirituality. There are many people frustrated by being forced to think of faith in the same old patterns, and would prefer to explore spirituality in different ways.

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