40 thoughts on “Question Of The Day #1

  1. I remember taking a test in high school… and I scored high and loves change lol…I do love change not afraid of it … I think that is why I was mainly in the health field since it is always changing… I agree with you no change gets boring… we need it to keep the attraction of things…

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  2. Yes, if it risks losing something or someone we care deeply for. No, if it brings adventure and excitement. No, if we are in charge of the change. Yes, if it is forced upon us. Etc., etc. 🤗✌🏼

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      1. Fear comes from the unknown. People who have been married for years often pass away within days of each other because the change is too much. Yes, it is possible to eventually feel at ease after a change occurs. It can be freeing. Perhaps the change has been desired and when it eventually occurs it becomes a motive to keep changing.

        Positive versus a negative change? This could become the agent of why we fear or embrace the unknown. Hmm? Lots to consider.

        Perhaps change is not fearful, just not welcome because we do not desire anything more than what we have experienced.

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  3. Fear comes from the unknown. People who have been married for years often pass away within days of each other because the change is too much. Yes, it is possible to eventually feel at ease after a change occurs. It can be freeing. Perhaps the change has been desired and when it eventually occurs it becomes a motive to keep changing.

    Positive versus a negative change? This could become the agent of why we fear or embrace the unknown. Hmm? Lots to consider.

    Perhaps change is not fearful, just not welcome because we do not desire anything more than what we have experienced.

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      1. Your most welcome. 😊 i suppose the question can be turned to ask what is the cost of fear and resisting change? Regardless of the current experience and feeling, can we afford to inhibit the wind? Great post, encouraging people to expand themselves and contemplate 🤔!! 😊💛

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  4. We’re afraid of the unknown. They say if nothing changes, nothing changes. But if you like where you’re at, why would you want to change things? Change is a huge part of life. I love Change. It’s scary, but I know that it will either be a blessing or a lesson.

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  5. Fear of the unknown. Fearful of fear. Fear of loss. Fear of failure. Fear of impacting the ego due to a “bad/wrong decision”…. afraid of taking on change that may not provide the anticipated fulfillment. Change, at some point, brings about a state of discomfort. And we’re so spoiled to often basking in comfort that the very THOUGHT of supposed “discomfort” causes us to cringe. We struggle grasping the concept of process/progress. We become so fixated on the destination that we shun the contents of the process. Since we treat the “process” like the end slices of a loaf of bread, we’re baffled by the essential existence of it. Change is a must… it births growth and evolution… but our perception of “change” is distorted.

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  6. Change is a huge risk. And if we take that risk, there’s no truly coming back from it. Change is irreversibel. The dreaded question “what if?” will always haunt us. What if we did things differently? What if we’ll regret our choices? It’s just in our nature to question. It’s in our nature to worry. It’s in our nature to always strive to have more, to live an even better life. But alas, change needs to happen and it does, whether we like it or not. We as people, as a society are bound to evolve and change with time. I think that’s the beatuy of it.

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  7. Change is a part of life..The only thing that remains same is the concept of change…
    So why not to welcome it with open hands instead of getting scared from it..I prefer changes..Makes us to gain experiences..💓

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  8. Change is the only constant in our lives. But changes in our life steer us towards an unknown path which we all are scared about. We don’t know the outcomes, we don’t know the consequences that what makes us afraid of change.

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