Our lives are full of Choices, two or more at a time.
So, each and every day, every single minute we breath, we take decisions either willingly or by accident.
Other times, it's easy, smooth.
Most of the times it's difficult, usually when decisions will utterly affect our lives. Our Dilemmas, then, are sometimes unbearable, depending on the Consequences, which sometimes we can anticipate, sometimes not.
That's our fight. Every human's struggle.
Wish I had a crystal ball, a projector that would project my life should I had made a different decision in every circumstance... Project what will happen, if I choose this or that...
Something like what had happened in the movie "Sliding doors", which I particularly enjoyed...
Summary: Helen Quilley (Gwyneth Paltrow) gets fired from her PR job and runs to catch her train home. We see what would happen to her if she missed the train, and what would happen to her if she made it. If she makes the train, she meets the charming James (John Hannah) and catches her boyfriend Gerry (John Lynch) in bed with his ex-girlfriend, Lydia (Jeanne Tripplehorn). If she misses the train, she doesn't meet James, and Gerry's affair continues under her nose. The two Helens diverge dramatically as in one life, she finds a successful career, a new haircut, and a new boyfriend in James. The other Helen is left making sandwiches and waitressing to support Gerry, who is supposedly writing a novel (while really carrying on with Lydia). Will true love win out? What does Fate have in the cards for Helen? The movie is about how seemingly insignificant occurrences (like making or missing the subway) can dramatically change one's life.