“Three things in life are certain: Death, Taxes and Change. As each new day brings opportunity it may also bring a different situation or moment than previously expected. According to plan, is only a guess to what may really happen. As the mason builds the stone wall, in hopes that the ground is solid enough. As the last breathe is taken in hopes of a new life after this one. When all seems to be going oh so well, never put all of your eggs in the same basket, as my great grandmother would preach.”

The biggest mistake you can make, is to count on something working so well that you feel it may never change. Anything, anywhere and anyone can change at a moments notice. The world is not a predictable creature by any means. With each breathe comes a new slice of time that has never been created before.

Do you take advantage of change or disregard it? Are you okay with things changing at a moments notice?

Being comfortable with change is some what of a life long journey for it is ever happening at all moments. Becoming comfortable and able to navigate under change is an important task that must be taken seriously. Never for a moment believe that everything will remain as it is. There will always be alterations to the world.

If no one told you they love you today, I love you.

Written By: Will



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      • I think there are a multitude of reasons. It is very hard work and usually takes a lot of effort. It is unchartered territory and that is uncomfortable; plus it may create a degree of anxiety. It is often unpleasant work; yet at this stage in the game we don’t really know for sure if the benefits and positives will definitely outweigh the losses and negatives …. to name a few possible reasons.

  • Change is inevitable. I’ve learned that a lot over the past few years. You can plan all you want but things will change. I’ve learned that adaptability is crucial if you want to keep growing in any aspect of life

  • ‘The only things certain in life are death and taxes’ – my brothers favourite saying. 😉
    You too are loved, Will.
    I can’t say I am particularly fond of change, especially when it happens at a moments notice. But the thing is that it does, and will. And so I try not to focus on the change itself, but more on developing the skills I will need when it happens. Somehow, it makes it a little easier 😉

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