Change to change

“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” These are the words of one of the greatest souls the world has known, Winston Churchill.

It is truly said that one does not make omelette without breaking eggs. The egg must change from being an egg to an omelette if somebody has to enjoy omelette.

This underscores the importance of change. You cannot live the type of life you want if you do not change. Change is what brings improvement in life. If you do not change, you do not grow. If you do not change where you are standing, you will continue to stand where you are standing.

“If you do not change direction,” says Lao Tzu, “you may end up where you are heading.”

The caterpillar has to metamorphose or change to become a lovely butterfly.

George Bernard Shaw said it:“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.”

Therefore, do not fear to change. Embrace change. Welcome change. Seek change. Change!

Of course, there are certain things we cannot change; and certain things we must not change. We must live with them. Thus, we go by the saying that what we cannot change, we must accept. What we can change and need to change, let us change.

There are definitely some negative habits that you have had all your life and they are not helping you; they are standing on your way. Why are you not changing them or throwing them away and cultivating new, positive ones that will help you become the person you want to be?

If you continue to keep those habits you will continue to be what you are now.

Change to change.

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