The Truth of Change

Change, it can happen at any time. It can be a blessing, it can also be a curse. It can happen according to plan or it can occur when you least expect it. Change is often something that can help us learn and advance in life, however sometimes change can knock us to the dirt.

Change is something that can be both positive and negative, and sometimes even both at the same time. It can be very hard to describe one aspect of change that stays constant. The outcomes of change can also vary wildly, when one state of being evolves and changes, it is often impossible to accurately predict what may happen next.

The one truth of change, is simply that it is a constant. That it has always, and will always happen. There might be minor changes, there might be major ones. But at the end of the day change will happen, be it positive or negative. You cannot avoid or stop change, as it will happen regardless. However you can impact how you perceive and act when change arrives.

Of course, due to the fact that not all change is positive. The fact that it can always happen, can be quite terrifying indeed. Change after all can throw you into the vast unknown with hardly any notice. It can surprise you and expose you to parts of reality that you may have wished to avoid. For all the good that can come with change, it can also hurt deeply and be equally unpleasant.

Though even when changes do not seem immediately positive, there is something you can often gain from them. You can learn, you can grow as a human being. Growing pains are natural, and it is not often comfortable but it still can help you develop on your path of becoming your best self.

In a world where some form of change is inevitable, it is best to learn to embrace it. To learn what we can from it, even if it may be painful in the moment. To be ready for it and to take as much advantage of it as possible when it occurs naturally in the world.

Published by Duncan Hookey

A British/Canadian writer who writes about various topics related to how to make the most out of life.

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