Life comes with forks, not spoons - Nat Kelly (Feminist Mormon Housewives)
I am highlighting one comment, in particular here, but it is not the only great one - or even "the best", necessarily.
"Corktree" said in comment #16:
I could have chosen to go to medical school despite having already started my family (not intentionally), and be in a very different position than I am today. Then again, maybe it wouldn’t have really changed the destination of my life. I agree with David, most of our decisions in life are spoons. It makes me think about how we habitually pray about each decision as though God is micromanaging our lives. I think, if the decision is a spoon, it matters not which side we lean toward. Both will curve toward a mutual ending. Maybe God cares which of the experiences gets us there, but I don’t think one is right or wrong. Few decisions are truly forks if you’re looking far enough down the road. But, of course, only God has an aerial view, so it makes sense to get confirmation of how vital a decision really is.