Change, it’s a word full of excitement, refinement, metamorphosis and freshness. There is always that adrenaline rush associated to it, there are always those butterflies in the stomach when we talk about it, and this is the thing that certainly gives us goose bumps. Why is that we always need a change? Why is that we always love the change? These are the few tricky questions that we face everyday in our lives, but every time we soon explore that the answers are quite simple, after all that is the beautiful phenomena of nature.
How many times in our lives we explore those famous words that “Change is the only constant thing in life”? I reckon many a times!! Yes, we all go through several changes in and around us in a cyclic fashion, there will be few things that stay and there will be always few things that will go away or may be we will go away from those things i.e. how we actually witness a constant change in process in and around us.
Human nature is such that we are in the need of a change as soon as we are not enjoying that situation. I consider human beings kind of a born super excited species and when things go out of our likings i.e. exactly when there is a chain reaction for change triggered inside us. Soon the things those were our daily enjoyment start losing their sheen, the dullness creeps into the scene and sometimes we are too frustrated as well, but this is how we are designed and may be this is what we can call the unique trait we all carry.
The crux is “Change” is an important thing because it is a way of learning. We find a better way of doing things by trying different ways of doing things instead of doing them the same way. The vicissitude brings a new freshness in our lives. Moreover, its the change that brings the much needed attitude change in us, it sometimes gives us a brand new way of looking at the things and as a result we develop to be a better human being. Yet we have to remember that- if you're in a bad situation, don't worry it'll change and if you're in a good situation, don't worry it'll change too, change is inevitable, be it good or bad, but what is more important is the 'experience' that we go through with it. The experience is what actually changes us and may be that’s why I would call that as a real change, which can come to us only if we experience the change.
If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it. ~Mary Engelbreit