I just gotta lay it out here that decisions are overrated. They are. Really, a lot of people go "making decisions make you a decisive person..." and yes, I agree... however, the decisions of which they speak of are the kind that isn't long-term. It's something that's in the now. I'm not speaking about jobs or choices of meal or clothing... It's more to do with decisions like your education, your future (marriage, kids, etc..), financial standing, job specialisation... It's good to have an idea but nothing is ever fixed. Something always comes along and changes things up to challenge or bless you. It's a very scary thing if you break it down piece by piece.
So from that, I thought... it's rather quite pointless for one to worry and fear then, no? I mean, there isn't much you can do but to live for the time being.. to do what has and needs to be done, and deal with whatever that comes up next in life. But that's always been how life was designed to be, no? Unpredictable and undefinable by no one but God...
But if you believe in a higher power, such as God, I think we have nothing to fear as a whole. Death is nothing compared to what could be in store for you. Death is merely going to sleep and waking up in another room, although I can't guarantee the physical state of being you might be in at the time of death, so there could be pain, but only temporarily. DISCLAIMER: I don't minimise people's sufferings of diseases, famine, illnesses of any kind across the world. It's a general opinion.
So, waste no time in fearing and worrying... instead, as corny as this sounds, always love and care unfailingly... It sounds so sappy and nauseating, I know, but if you realise, it's one of the absolute truths that never fails anybody. It's both a blessing to love and be loved.
Matthew 6:34 “Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble."