While listening to a sermon today, the speaker had said something really profound:
Some people interpret ‘move’ to mean ‘leave.’ To move – as in the context of “moving” differently yields change. No one particularly likes change. Why? Because change feels like loss. And therefore, we can experience adversity.
This adversity has very little to do with us or anything that we have done, per say. It has to do with the selfish part of others who would like for you to remain the same for their own comfort.
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- Finding True Life Purpose
At risk of digression, I would like to leave you with this thought: One thing about our Universe, is that it is constantly moving. It is the natural order of things. Even when you are asleep, your thoughts are constantly moving and creating motion pictures in your mind: we call them dreams. Waking life is no different! We are constantly moving! Nothing stays the same! Moving does not necessarily mean leaving. One must move differently to attain goals. It’s called discipline. Discipline does yield change, which is not loss, but an improvement from your original circumstance. It can be a lonely road, at first (times), but with faith and perseverance, the transformation yields reward beyond you wildest dreams! Can you think of anything you would like to move toward? Can you think of anything you fear of leaving?
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