Consider the following sentence:
In my head, there is nothing more wonderful than  understanding how someone else feels and  choosing to  take action to  resolve it.
It contains multiple verb phrases whose subject is "gapped" (indicated by
), and must be inferred from context. Additionally, it contains an anaphor "it" whose antecedent must be inferred from context.
In such a sentence, is it difficult for the average reader to resolve all of the necessary relations? If not, then why, and how could it be rephrased?