At what point in your life do you decide you want something better for yourself?
Does something traumatic have to happen, or you just wake up one day and feel that it’s time for a change?
Whatever it may be, embrace it. A long-lasting truth of the human race is change is inevitable. As a whole, united entity of the human race, we accept it. As a sole, individual person living in this world, we neglect and disregard it.
Look, there are 2 certainties in life: Life and Death. What happens in between? Change!
Whether it be physical, emotional, spiritual, sexual; change is essentially a part of our genome yet we sometimes run away from its irresistible cry for acceptance. And those moments when we accept it, what of them?
We discover traits of ourselves and others that we like and don’t like. We enjoy or hate the delicate moments life gives us. We explore the seen and constantly hunt for the unseen. The “magic” in the world. The blessings, the prayers, the meditations, the hopes. Creating so much power and energy, to even think of containing it is a humorous fallacy.
Change can be scary, but it’s inevitable. It’s the transition from life to death, the 2 certainties in life. So essentially, change is a certainty as well, no?
Lastly, matter cannot be created or destroyed; merely change forms of energy. It’s life, science, love, everything.
Maybe it’s not so bad to let things change…