Change Is Inevitable and Constant

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“Change is inevitable. Change is constant.”  – Benjamin Disraeli

Flexibility and adaptability doesn’t always come naturally for me. Sometimes I want to fight a change. Sometimes I want to resist it– even if it’s a good change. I like my routines. I like the familiar. But the only thing constant in life is change. And I’ve been learning that the sooner I can adapt, the sooner I thrive.

How are you adapting to changes in your life? Talk to me in the comments!

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  1. jen

    Well, I have no job…and some debt… and house that is underwater still.. and needs work before it can be sold. Today i’m not seeing a way out of this hot mess(but maybe tomorrow will be different). I was ready to get some of the debt paid down and work on making a dent in the rest throughout this year, when I found out I was losing my job.

    So everything in my life could change…I could need to relocate to find a decent paying job, which means packing up my stuff, and moving to a new area… or I could have a 1-2 hour commute(when you are used to a 20 minute commute) that’s at least 40 miles one way…which then cuts into my activities that I enjoy. So yes, LOTS of change…possible BIG change…and for today what seems to be a bleak outlook.

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  2. Jane

    When I imagine that I can prevent change, can control every aspect of my life, current and future, I end up anxious, depressed and feel like a failure when change inevitably happens.

    For me, meditation and mindfulness study/practice have been the best ways to increase my ability to tolerate and to accept that nothing will remain the same even moment to moment. At times, I am even able to welcome this, although that is still a work in progress.

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  3. Debbie Brown

    You are right, change is constant. In the blink of an eye, my life changed last week. My mom went in for routine gall bladder surgery, and the doctors discovered cancer instead. She had no symptoms. I didn’t realize how stress free my life was until her diagnosis. I have learned to adapt on much less sleep, more worrying, and a lot more praying.

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