How do I get clarity when things are very ambiguous?

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar:

There is a proverb in Chinese which says - When you feel so confused, take a pillow and go to bed. When you wake up next morning, you will be much better.

You know it is our ambition; our over ambitiousness does not let us choose things.

I just received an interesting SMS from somebody. A devotee went to a very rich person’s home and they asked him, ‘What would you like to drink - coffee, tea, coke, hot chocolate, milk, ojasvita’, and the list went on.

Then the devotee said, ‘Okay, I’ll have tea.’

Then he said, ‘What tea would you like to have? Ceylon tea, Fruit tea, Darjeeling tea, Indian tea or Burmese tea’, they gave a choice of another ten teas.

He said, ‘Okay, Ceylon tea.

And then they said, ‘Do you want black tea, milk tea, cold tea, or tea with lemon in it. What type of tea?’ He said, ‘Milk tea.’

‘What type of milk do you want? Pasteurized, unpasteurized, whole milk, 2%, 2.5% or 10%?’

He said, ‘Oh my god! Let me have black tea.’

‘So then do you want sugar in it?’

He said, ‘Yes please.’

Then they said, ‘What sugar do you want? Crystal sugar, brown sugar or honey; what do you want?’

He said, ‘Oh! I am dying out of thirst!’

And then the person asked, ‘How do you want to die? Become a shareholder in our company or our supplier?’

So too many choices can make your head reel.