Have you ever played the little game of observing – perhaps counting – the number of times in a day (or even an hour) that you express choice? If yes, you’ll know how difficult it is to think or speak at all without exercising choice – comparison, aversion, preference…
(Do you want another cup of tea? – No thanks, I’m waterlogged.)
It’s a simple example. No more tea is required, no problem. A functional decision was made on a faster-than-light assessment of the body-state, right now.
But one step down, when thoughts about rightness or wrongness, about should and ought, about what the other’s reaction to the reply might be… arise, along come the apparent problems.
Immersed in now-this-here, in the inescapable presence of suchness, choiceless awareness is problem-free.