Great Minds are Young

Too Precious to Be Wasted in Stagnation!

Posted on: September 2, 2011

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin (1809-1882)

Drastic change has always been my greatest enemy, and I’ve always had a lot of it in my life!! Temporary instability and uncertainty that accompany change makes me totally uncomfortable and frustrated, and that’s not good at all!

As a matter of fact, change has to be one of the best things that could happen to anyone. It’s change that creates memories, spices up the boring routine life, makes people face new challenges and overcome them, and makes them feel alive and constantly freshened up and new.

The ability to embrace change and quickly cope with new life styles and circumstances shapes up great personalities and gives people the ability to move forward and preserve a very positive attitude and perception of life.

Despite all the changes in my life, which I eventually conquered and benefited from at all levels, I am still fighting to embrace change with open arms and heart with no hesitation whatsoever. In truth, routine kills the best of moments and never creates memories. Life is too precious and too rich to be wasted in stagnation; let’s not just be too afraid to live it to the fullest and wildest extent.

 

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