What do you think about a change?
December 8, 2021 5:18am CST
Just do what you want to do Don't expect someone to change you If you change just for someone else You will only feel the same Maybe you do that to make your life better But sometimes that change doesn't always end well. So What do you think about a change? Is a change something important?
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A Greek philosopher has once said "change is the only constant in life." At some point, it's critical that we need to do some changes especially with regards to doing things....We have this online and remote learning and of course we need to adapt with it but when it comes to human behavior, people are vastly different and some things may seem hard to change...But of course, we can do a little change if we can just to make ourselves better.We don't have to be perfect but some increments can make a difference...
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I'm not a fan of change. I mean, positive change is good and I've done it but the actual process of change can be daunting. There are things I'd love to change but haven't got a clue how to go about it. Sometimes the process and tools required for change don't seem worth the effort for whatever the end reward would be. Of course, there are times when it is worth it. I think I'm better at small, barely noticeable changes that adapt over time. Not sure I'd manage a big change!
I am not sure if all change is important, or not, in a way. As some changes remain cosmetic changes, and are not deep enough to stick within us as real changes. Some people think that God, if he exists, would not change. He would be perfect as he is. Now, if God does not change, why does he expect us to grow, and to change, from who he created us to be? Life is largely a comparative stretching of you, from what is that life, from your soul, which is the part of God in you, but you must change to be you in your soul, not just life in life, and for this to come about, real change is necessary, not just the cosmetic changes of having bodily changes, mind growth, or trying to change jobs, and who you are as a person. We need to grow into real change, by our being the soul, that God created us to be.