Deciding what to do is largely a matter of waiting to see what needs to be done. The natural world spends a lot of time between things, waiting. We do not have to be constantly active in the service of looking like we are doing something to avoid being thought of as lazy. We can allow what needs to happen to inform our actions, and explore how our anxiety drives us to act for the sake of acting when nothing is actually called for. Too often, we are trying to please someone who isn't there, like our long dead father, or mother. Haunted by memories of their disappointment in us, dissatisfaction with us, trying to please them even now, even yet, for what, we do not know. The desperate need to please someone who cannot be pleased is crazy. It could be time to call out the facts for what they are, and be clear about our motives and about the time that is at hand regarding what it needs from us and how we can best meet those needs, with the right thing, in the right place, in the right way, at the right time. Knowing it is just fine to wait between things like every other sentient being on the planet.