Man’s choosing between good and evil is influenced, not only by the keenness of his moral nature, but also by such influences as ignorance, immaturity, and delusion.  Man’s moral nature would be impotent without the art of measurement, the discrimination embodied in his ability to scrutinize meanings. 
The very power of choice is the universe insignia of freewill creaturehood, that constitutes man’s greatest opportunity and his supreme cosmic responsibility.  Upon the steadfastness and wisdom of decision-actions the Supreme Being depends for the actuality of experiential evolution. 
“How long will you tarry in the valley of decision? the Father never compels any man to enter the kingdom. The invitation ever has been and always will be: Whosoever will, let him come and freely partake of the water of life. 
It had always been Jesus’ practice, when facing any new or serious decisions, to withdraw for communion with his own spirit that he might seek to know the will of God.  Jesus’ great decisions were: 
Man are so devoid of courageous decisions and consecrated co-operation that indwelling Adjusters find it next to impossible to communicate directly with the human mind.  Thus always it was and forever will be: Men must arrive at their own decisions.  Human beings below the third and second circles of attainment rarely hear the Adjuster’s direct voice except in moments of supreme desire. 
Adjusters are not interested in making the mortal career easy; rather are they concerned in making our life reasonably difficult and rugged, so that decisions will be stimulated and multiplied.  Decicions supply psychic fulcrum for Adjusters to apply a spiritual lever of uplifting and advancing illumination. 
The supremacy of a decision, its crisis relationship, has a great deal to do with its circle-making influence.  Decisions open up new capacity for growth.  Moral decisions causes divine invasion of soul.  Numbers of decisions, frequent repetitions, persistent repetitions, are also essential to the habit-forming certainty of such reactions.