I’ve been thinking.
“…people actually put a disproportionately high value on things they can have right now, and if they cannot have them now the length of the delay matters relatively little. If something is delayed by a few minutes we might devalue it by perhaps 10 per cent, while if it is delayed by two years we devalue it by 12 per cent.” [Daniel Read]
“The most decisive actions of our life…are most often unconsidered actions.” [André Gide]
Has immediacy and never-ending choice taken away some of our freedom?