Two thoughts by a favorite young writer living in the Czech Republic:
What if you could pick one day of your life, and everything would stop changing, every day would be similar and comparable to that one day, you’d always have the same people with you?
If you could do that, would you do it?
Would you pick that day and make that choice?
We crave for things to stop changing, we wish that things would never change.
But if we got what we wanted, there are so many things that are better, that we would never, ever know about.
Sure, things would stay the same as that one wonderful day, but then there would be nothing else out there, ever.
So can you remember the very first day when everything really did begin to change?
Is there a thing that can remind you?
Mine is a blue rose, and that’s when everything began to change because that’s the day I began to believe in things I never believed in before; the day I found three blue roses.
Think about your first day of change, can you remember all the new heights you’ve soared since that day?
All the new people?
All the better things and times?
Would you throw all of that time away?
Instead, I want to finally accept all the things that I couldn’t change, which led to me being right here, right now.
Maybe we all carry around inside us one day we wish we could keep forever, something we wished never did change.
It’s time to let go of that day, and soar.
C. JoyBell C.
There have been times I wished for change to slow down or stop. Yet, I know that is not only unhealthy, it’s impossible. To wish for something that can never be is a pure waste of my energy. So instead I gratefully embrace all that comes to me for every happening, person or situation that arrives is uniquely a part of my life.
We can’t be afraid of change.
You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in,
but if you never venture out of it,
you will never know that there is such a thing as an ocean, a sea.
Holding onto something that is good for you now,
may be the very reason why you don’t have something better.
C. JoyBell C.