The minute you mention that word to people they seem to cringe, some do not let on but you can tell on the inside that their whole being is reacting like an erupting volcano spuing hot molten lava, (I have seen it in their eyes).  I have for years wondered why people react so to something that many times ends up being a positive rather than a negative. I have even wondered is it due to some kind of womb syndrome that people still cling to long after leaving it, and becoming a full adult?  Would it be because we all really feel more comfortable being a large fish in a really small pond, (feeding our ego)?  I have seen grown men and women nash and wail over even a minor change to any facet of their job, routine, avenue of travel, and it amazes me the lengths that they will go to, to try and “change” things back to the “right” way according to their perspective.

In my view “change” is “growth” and “growth” leads to “knowledge” so that the more I change, and experience change the more I grow and the more I know.  So I say to the world embrace “change” get up in the morning and throw your coat over the fence and then go chase it, who knows what you will find!


One Response to “Change”

  1. fellow blogger Says:

    Great first couple blogs. I totally agree about thisone. I maybe one of those people who have a hard time with change. My belief is that we are creatures of habbit. So anything that’s outside those habbits there will be resistance. Its only when the change becomes the new habbit can someone be true comfortable with the “change”.

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