Why Change?

 

Image courtesy of Garfield Hall - www.garfieldhall.com

Image courtesy of Garfield Hall – http://www.garfieldhall.com

From the day we’re born, we’re subject to change.  Change is equivalent to development, growth, improvement, transition — impermanence.   However, that kind of change is out of our control.  We can’t do anything about it; it is intrinsic to life.  Babies in the animal, plant and human kingdom grow through the stages and phases of their lives and keep changing until the end of their days.  One stark testament to change is the lovely butterfly.  Do you remember how its life begins? This type of change continues without any initiative on our part.  It can’t be stopped; but there is a change that is initiated by us when we’ve reflected and determined that we need to do something different.  Change, initiated by us, is often in response to our desire to improve – improve physically or emotionally.  The quest for new results Continue reading