Friday, September 12, 2014


Change is the most fundamental rule of our Universe. Despite our  occasional refusal, we change, not just physically but in character as well.

So it may as well be that the holly grail to the road to happiness, is to embrace the change, in fact strive for change with a welcoming smile, and never stop changing thereafter.

The most beautiful aspect of getting older is a whole new gate opens up before us.

One day you wake up and suddenly realise you don’t have much time left. This is the moment when you would decide to change profoundly. This is the point of ultimate enlightenment, the moment to seize.

You no longer have to put up with toxic relationships, you simply leave those who bothered you behind. You no longer care what others think. You no longer have to prove yourself to anybody. You simply start walking like you never walked before.

It is as if you cleaned up your living room from clutter and old furnitures. You are lying in an empty room, hearing gentle beating of your heart, while watching the sky behind the concrete ceiling.

This change gives you ultimate freedom and quality time you did not have when you were younger, a welcoming change indeed.

You would have more time to think and enjoy the life.

So embrace the change I say, the sooner, the better.

"The main interest in life and work is to become someone else that you were not in the beginning." - Michel Foucault

1 comment:

Bob MacNeal said...

“The present changes the past. Looking back you do not find what you left behind.”
― Kiran Desai