July 31, 2004
TRANSITIONS -- Is NEW Good?
"What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the Master calls a butterfly."
Those who are looking for a job ... worrying about losing a job ... moving into
the house of their dreams ... planning the launch of a new business ...
expanding their market ... meeting new friends ... getting a new computer ...
know that change can be, well, darned uncomfortable.
It doesn't make any difference whether the change is planned or if it's
completely beyond our control. Change forces us to think ... to do ... to become
something that we've never experienced before.
More often than not we can't see what lies on the other side. We can't possibly
see the bigger picture
or control all the variables. Sure, we can calculate probable outcomes and we
can look at similar past experiences to guess what lies ahead. But, even then,
in most cases, we simply must take a leap of faith ... just like that
Every minute of every day brings promise of change. You've never been this way
before. And, you'll never
be this way again ... think of the changes in your life as a grand adventure ...
a process of becoming.
Welcome each new change in your life ... it's life as it should be. If you don't
like the outcome you can always look forward to further changes. In fact, if
you're not enjoying changes, it's time to start worrying ... the alternative is
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