Hesitation is the biggest obstacle to spontaneity and the antonym to willingness. We most often exchange hesitation(s) for justification(s) and thus avoid altogether the necessity of willful exercise. But this elusion is illusion and the sum of what we have not done is quite simply one of two things: fear or hate. The two, to be sure, are not so greatly different.Fear has at its roots selfishness and hate, otherlessness. This is the great dilemma for the individual; constantly confronted by moments of decision, towards hesitation or willingness, we often proclaim ourselves fearful and hateful individuals, else risk the unknown results of courage and love.