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Resistence is futile!......(Star Wars quote)

Posted by Kalamatianos on January 5, 2004, at 16:24:43

To resist change, I have to deny it's power, strength, and inevitability. As a child, I had the illusion I could AVOID change. I assure you I didn't understand change and I thought I could avoid it.

If I what I know is a molecule in size compared to what I don't even know that I don't know, then what I don't know is almost everything.

Hypothesis: if there is a change that can make my life better, but I don't even know that I don't know about that change, how can I judge it something to be resisted without screwing myself?

I may not know everything about how our planet goes around it's Sun, but I hold confident that each and every second in time is different from any other second in time. Change is happening whether I like it or not. That's inevitability....

If I can't see what a difference the change will make, I am denying the power of change. If I can't see how change will help me to withstand the rigors of life, I am denying the new found strength available from the change.

Why then do people get excited by a windfall of money or material goods? Don't they readily embrace unexpected money and gifts? These are changes. These are unexpected warping of the future. Why aren't these resisted?

Dr Bob wants to change a couple of sites and many voted that they don't like change so don't do it. What is so different about Dr Bob's sites than an unexpected gift delivered by the UPS driver?

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