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  1. Chimchimbubblechunks
    June 2016 @ 6:26 AM

    Your extended simile is beautiful. Transitions are georgeous like the sunset!

    Although, I must argue that while we do move, grow, and change, many people stay the same. They continue to live in the same place, be friends with the same people, and work the same job for years on end. People also, at the core, usually remain the same individual with their core values.

    Some transitions are also a choice rather than naturally happening to us. You can choose to keep some characteristics of yourself while intentionally try to get rid of others. Just like a person can live their whole life in one town or move to a new location and start over.

    So while I agree that transitions can be sudden (and uncontrollable) where you ask yourself, “How did I get here?”, others are gradual and you can see (and change) the beginning, middle, and end.


    • ॐ KConn
      June 2016 @ 10:29 AM

      THANK YOU so much for your thoughts. You’re absolutely right. We often times initiate transitions in our lives – whether it be by NEED or DESIRE.

      Yes, some people do not change. Some people also do not feel they CAN change, perhaps. They feel “stuck.” Or, perhaps they do not WANT to change because they’ve reached a level of deep satisfaction – they’re fulfilled. They don’t require change and challenges, they’re completely complacent with where they are. And this is a beautiful thing, but not everyone can reach this level of satisfaction, and unfortunately some people do not WANT to change because they’re FEARFUL. They don’t have the courage to reach a new potential by being outside their comfort zones.

      I absolutely agree we have power over the transitions in our life, and I really appreciate your perspective 🙂


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