Life is filled with a series of choices. In fact, life itself is an outcome of people’s decisions. Some decisions are easy to make, while some are not. Ultimately, every choice an individual makes affects their own life and reverberates on their surroundings, the people, and the environment. Author Walter Hoge in his book, Easter: McEaster Valley, talks about the significance of decision-making. Walter encourages his readers to make decisions based on the events in their lives, sort of as learning from experience, and not just making decisions based on impulsive whims or desires.