The person I was at the age of 25 is not the same person I am today. Most of us will breeze through life making the same mistakes, follow the same patterns and won’t change a thing. Perhaps those people don’t see it’s them who need to change. But without change we can never grow emotionally.
The thing about change is that to benefit from it we must put in the time and effort. But it’s not always easy to know and understand what changes we need to make. Others often see where we need to change, better than we can see for ourselves. We tend not to see repeated habits as a need for change, but any habit that becomes repetitive is always a good reason for change.
Anything we repeat shows a lack of imagination, a lack of thought, a lack of growth and a lack of consideration, particularly towards others when they’re on the receiving end. And although change is difficult, I believe it gets easier with time. We have to give it time. Through a change in perceptions, we get to work on new strategies that will help incorporate change.
The right changes will always make our life more rewarding and less stressful. That without change, our behaviour is more likely to become stereotyped, predictable and annoying to other people.
Change that is positive is the key for peace, tranquillity and harmony.