Changeable: (adj) able to change or be changed.
It had all the appearance of being an official meeting.
A gentleman spoke up and said, “Of course, no one likes change.”
Nearly everyone in the room nodded in agreement. Well, actually everybody but me.
You see, here’s what I have learned. If you work on an asparagus farm, it’s a good idea not to complain about the asparagus. And if you’re going to live on Planet Earth, which is in a constant flux of change, it’s a really good mental health move to stop bitching about transition.
Change is not inevitable–change is essential.
Change is the possibility of carrying the garbage out the door.
Change is being forced to consider the bottom line instead of just falling on your ass.
Change is when the Mother Nature, God, common sense, chaos and love meet together and agree, by some miracle, what direction to head.
Trying to appear “set in your ways” only beckons the concrete removers to come and chisel you out of your opinion.
What should our attitude be? What does it mean to be changeable?
Changeable is knowing that things will change–and if we get ahead of the process, we might actually have the privilege of determining some of the outcome.