Are you the same person you were 10 years ago? What 2 things have changed, or, stayed the same?
Life is changed a lot in these 10 years,got responsibility now which I never felt 10 years ago.
Getting old is other thing which is changed ,,there are also lots of things which have changed,understanding society better now,doesn't if people are not happy now around you,and also gained a lot of confidence now which I was lacking 10 years ago.
Well...from what I've read,every cell in your body replaces its self every 7 years so...no...I'm not the same person I was 10 years ago...
I have read this too. If so, how wonderful. We keep getting second chances with our health.
The only problem is our diet [mostly cooked food] and water purified of the microbes our bodies needs] prevents us from getting what would keep those cells from aging.
And it’s not only cells that are replaced - I have an artificial knee. And I’m minus a couple of wisdom teeth. So, no, I’m not the same person either, cheaptrick.
GR, I'm missing hair, have only 4 whole teeth, my back slips out of joint and my balance is off so I have changed but my understanding of life say I will correct those and any thing I don't know is out of sync, provided John 14:12 is correct.
I was fired in 2014 and now have my own business.
What stayed the same:
The love for my girlfriend since 2001
Ten years ago I was - I'm at home with myself therefore - houseless spending most days in Lafayette Park in front of the White House waiting for it to become empty - via impeachment due to 9/11 - and carrying a staff. In 2012 I went into a Veteran's provided "transition house", I broke my nomad's staff in early '13 and was in a place after obtaining my retirement for the 15 years I had worked before my spiritual birth in 1976. Now I put on shower thongs and shirts to enter some buildings and have refiled the "Notice of impeachment" (# 3758011) to the Department of Justice to include Trump for not demanding an article of impeachment be filed for Obama, Bush and others for the "Treasonous" act 9/11 was.
I cannot know what that has been like for you, Elijah.
Just a routine day for a nomad, changing physically outwardly and advancing in my understanding of life by seeing purpose for each new personal, other people's, national or international happenings.
In the last ten years alot has changed.
I am raising my grandchildren
I am the gaurdian of 3 people
We bought a 90 acer farm and add animals and trees and food bearing bushes, each year. My dad passed away, and my uncle. I started 2 home businesses. I have renivated almost all of the main floor of our farm house and have been writing for hubpages for a year now. The only thing thats the same is my love for my family and friends. I am married to the same man I dated in grade 11.
You are so lucky. You are so loved, for others to come to you. Let alone love you so much that they stay with you for such a huge period of your life. A lot has happened for you.... You must be the Rock of Gibraltor. All the best to you.
Yes life can be hard and it continues to change. I truly believe that love helps us get through it all.
By golly goodness I hope not and by golly I hope so.
We kind of go with this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwqhdRs4jyA
My kids and I were just singing "Sweet Violets" and Slough Foot Sue But I reckon I now lead instead of following my sisters.I was in Nam 12 years and now I just write about it.
My wife has changed. My new child has changed things. But love is close to the same from ten years ago being a preacher.
I reckon that which has not changed is love.
I hope I'm always changing and growing. My theory is that we never stay the same: we're either getting better or worse. I believe my relationships are stronger and I'm better at nurturing my artistic side.
I believe in working at staying open minded and learning new things. One of the trying things for me is something you do already , Jo. That is, supporting/encouraging , creativity. When you think about imagination, its the doorway to limitlessness
I have been thinking on this. Could it be I am happy with change but don't really feel it? My son has a "growing spur" in his heel. He has grown an inch in four months. I have a growing spur in my faith. Life is good.Thanks for the cause to reflect.
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