"In any situation in which you are uncertain, the first thing to consider, very simply, is “What do I want to come of this? What is it for?” The clarification of the goal belongs at the beginning, for it is this which will determine the outcome. Doubt is the result of conflicting wishes. Be sure of what you want, and doubt becomes impossible. Nothing is difficult that is wholly desired. No one who has a single purpose, unified and sure, can be afraid. No one who shares his purpose with him can not be one with him. It is this one intent we seek today, uniting our desires with the need of every heart, the call of every mind, the hope that lies beyond despair, the love attack would hide, the brotherhood that hate has sought to sever, but which still remains as God created it."
-Accept This Gift, Vaughan/Walsh
Uncertainty is a part of everyday life. An important question to ask is: What do I want to come of this. Take a look at your life at this moment. Where does the greatest amount of uncertainty lie? Why does this uncertainty exist in your life at this time? And what is the highest possible good that can come from it.