We should be open towards change, not the reverse. We should change and change for better
Post by on Friday, December 17, 2021
Change is a natural phenomenon. Seasons change, landscapes change, day changes to night and night to day. The societies do change with time. Therefore change can be defined as the gradual tread. Often we give up because we cannot accomplish the difficult task of making a huge and immediate change. That is when small changes become extremely valuable. One shift at a time, small changes will eventually lead you to the desired big one
Humans always crave for change; they introduce new trends and practices by replacing the old ones. These changes may occur at individual level, community level, state, country or at the globe level. Personal growth can only occur when we embrace experiences and allow ourselves to change and find ways to deconstruct our former selves and bloom into something so much fuller. This experience will allow you to become more open-minded – and it will expand your knowledge. Change in ideas bring revolution, change in action give way to inventions and discoveries. Some changes have positive impact on people and others bad. The word ‘change’ in the later centuries was given a new name- modernization.
But modernization is a different thing. This name has been used to cover up many flaws. Being modern does not mean living a luxurious life, having high profile acquaintances and wardrobes full of clothes or a bungalow spread over a vast land. It means to have new ideas, new knowledge, and modern vision and outlook. Being modern means to be enlightened and judge the events with freshness. Extravagance is a sin and to promote it is bigger one. Early people were dedicated, honesty and realistic in their approach.
Change pushes you to become a more evolved person. You learn how to adapt to new circumstances, think of unique approaches and work to accept yourself. These adventures come together to promote personal growth. Once you broaden your horizons, you're able to connect more deeply with others, take more chances, make stronger efforts and immerse yourself in experiences you may not have considered before. Change is must so are values and morals. Both should go hand in hand, none should surpass the other. Changes, which are predicative, must be promoted. We should be open towards change, not the reverse. We should change and change for better.
(Author is a Freelancer and Teacher)