Some people always have their eyes on some future or present vision. Others are moved more by people and their community – wanting to help those people in some way. Still others are practical, having their eye on what works and doesn’t work. You’d think that those moved by vision would be less fearful of change.
If you thought so, you’d be wrong. All of us fear change, even if it also excites us. Change always involves stepping into the unfamiliar, and that can be dangerous. For sure, there will be mistakes, errors of judgment and unexpected roadblocks. It will be loaded with uncertainty.
But change is inevitable. It’s the definition of life. It’s movement and process, growth and discovery.
From Robert Redford – “One of the things that will always be inevitable is change, full of both vague uncertainty and brilliant promise.”
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Maryanne Nicholls is a Registered Psychotherapist. To find out more, gain access to her weekly newsletter, meditations and programmes, sign up at www.thejoyofliving.co .