"Decision makers are hard to find. Here’s why: In decision making, we are either right or we are wrong. This pressure is often too much hassle for the average man. Decision makers are leaders who accept the responsibility of making a decision. Lack of courage to make decisions brings failure in personal lives, in homes, and in churches. That great monster of “consequences” is the threat keeping us in our dugouts when the game is tied."
-- Don H. Polston (passed away Jan. 22, 2014)