All decisions are commitments. Some are large, like moving to another city or switching jobs. Some are small, like deciding to rise early tomorrow morning or choosing an outfit.
All decisions are commitments in one way or another. The significant implication of, for example, deciding to write, is that you must carry it to completion. You didn’t choose to start writing; you committed to finishing the piece. At one point, you will feel satisfied with the copy you created and put the page down. You don’t choose to talk to someone; you commit to saying goodbye by beginning the conversation at all. In living, you accept your death. You are choosing to die and to do it well, and you must first commit to live.
Don’t just decide. Commit.