Well, it would get awful itchy if my underwear wasn't changed now and then. So I guess I would say that without change life would suck.
boring and closed. no change-no growth-closed mind
I love change.
However, most people that I come across say they do, but, really resist it. That's a shame.
Your mind, and in fact all your senses need constantly changing input. They all rely on the 'differences' from moment to moment..not the seemingly constant, but more consciously obvious presence of things.
Try placing your hand on a very rough surface. Keep your hand absolutely still. After a short while, you won't be able to tell that it's rough, until you move your fingers a little bit. Same goes with all your senses..use them wisely.
Well said Timorous! Life without change is boring indeed, absolutely , with nothing to look forward to.
Still when change comes we do resist it, crib about it, even oppose it ...
Shouldn't we look at change as opportunities to better ourselves.
Absolutely. People who resist change are just way too comfortable with the same old thing. It's as though they feel more grounded if they know what to expect. Unfortunately, this is very limiting, and eventually they just get bored or depressed.
Still, having certain constants in your life is a relatively good thing. We'd drive ourselves nuts if absolutely everything was in constant flux..that's just way too stressful. It's the smaller, more peripheral things that need to change constantly.
I am in complete and perfect agreement with you on this , so bleak and uninteresting, no surprises around the corner
The fact that people go out of their way to try and make their life not change just goes to show how ignorant they choose to be.
Some people are afraid of change, of the unknown what do you make of it?
change can be stress, but time standing still is not going to happen
Stress is a figment of the imagination of oneself and a lack of faith in oneself.
Without changes my life sure would not be eventful. Its the changes that keep me swinging from limb to limb.(LOL)
Change is what makes life interesting, change is permanent!
Changes are one of the best things we look forward to in every day of our lives. It is the changes that bring spice to every experience we have. Changes make one's life more meaningful.
Yes but, not all of us adapt well to changes, we take kindly , only to those changes that we like, not those that make us move from our comfort zones.
Change negates comfort zone, unless you are comfortable with change.
Consider stuff like losing a job, or losing your house... It takes a positive person to bounce back from stuff like that... those who are not so positive may just bend and break along the way....
we can't change change - all we can do is choose how we react to it - embracing change is usually good, having to have things constantly moving and shaking is probably too much change - its super nice to have same old same old some of the time just so we can feel like we know what to expect. Too much change is stressful - and stress, whether it comes from inside or out can make one a very unhappy camper. People who try to deny that change is going on or that they have stresses on them, are just limiting themselves and probably developing ulcers. Its good to see things as close to the way they are as possible, so you can react, or choose not to react, in a realistic, positive way.
I love change, I welcome it and feel it's great to get the old blood flowing and the mind active.
Life without changes meaning we are not doing anything about our life and that is not possible! Everyday we are evolving! Even in death means changes.
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