I have to admit it got a bit more complicated as I got older, but even now I am capable of making a clear decision in a short time.
I always believed that the answer is inside me so even in cases of "I don't know what to decide" I actually know as my heart always lean in one direction, it's just that the step to execute the decision is hard so one postpone it by saying one doesn't know.
That's at least how I function.
But then came Alon.
Alon, that's my son, changed the rules of the game.
I am still ok deciding things about myself but when it comes to him, making decisions about his future or his daily routine or generally what is better for him, I am becoming insecure.
What if I am wrong? What if I decide one thing but down the road I realize the other option was better for him? Is there ever a right answer?
Making a decision for someone else is plain hard. I have no problem deciding for myself and dealing with the consequences but to decide for him is a too big responsibility.
Sure, I do it, this is what I signed up for, but for once, just once, I want someone else to decide.
No. Cancel that. Don't want anyone else to decide for him.
1 cup coconut sugar
1tsp baking powder
1/2 cup oil
1 cup flour
Roast the sesame seeds in a pan but be careful not to let them get too dark.
In a big bowl mix all the ingredients with the sesame, except for the flour.
Add the flour at the end and mix well.
Wet your hands and create balls the size of golf balls. Flatten them a bit and lay them on a baking tray with baking paper. Leave some space between them as they expend a bit while baking.
Bake for 13 minutes until the biscuits are golden at the bottom. Remove them to a cooling rack.