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Accepting Change

During our lives we experience many changes.  We grow from babies, to toddlers, to adolescents, to adults.  These are things we can neither control, nor would most want to.  And I do say most, because I'm sure we all know some people that would love to stay their age forever. And there's nothing wrong with that as long as they are happy.

Personally, I want change in my life. For a long time it wasn't like that.  I was comfortably numb and unconsciously content to live in extended adolescence in order to perpetuate my youth.  But as time went on, I realized how unhappy I truly was.  My unhappiness was a direct result from not accepting and embracing the changes that we're occuring.

I finally woke up and realized that life was going on with or without me. I realized that I had to make a choice; embrace and move with the change, or resist and remain stagnant in my resentment.  And for awhile, I chose to remain stagnant which led to a neverending cycle of depression, anger, and resentment.  Not to mention an complete absence of professional achievement and fulfillment.  I lived a powerless life and inside a story of victimhood. 

When I finally realized what was going on and decided to move forward, the universe sent eveything I needed instantly.  I began building my dreams!  Now that I have embraced, and even seek to create change, I find myself with endless opportunities, inspiration, and joy.  For the first time I feel like I'm living and not hanging on to survive.

I recently finished an incredible parable that perfectly illustrates change and the different ways we, as human beings, view and deal with it.  It's called "Who Moved My Cheese?"  I invite you to read it.

My intention of this blog is to offer as much value and positive impact on your life as possible.   I write with purpose and an open heart.  If you know somebody that is struggling with change, please share this with them and invite them to read "Who Moved My Cheese?" It may offer them relief from the self inflicted pain they are stuck in.  With love and gratitude, I wish nothing but the best for you and yours.