Dynamic, fluid and continuously changing, that is the world today. Technology has made this faster and more complicated than ever, from the ways we get to where we want to go, or the way we socialize. Change will happen, it is an inevitable truth that things change in certain ways no matter if an individual likes it or not.
Change is, at times, viewed by people in a negative light; it could be It could be something minor as an inconvenience of a traffic jam on the way to work, something as somber as a loss of a loved one, or an unexpected change in a working environment. Usually it is met by reactions of overwhelmed anxiety, sadness or unsettled mindset. An unexpected change is seen as an inconvenience to a person’s routine of life, initially he or she will resist this change and rejects to the notion to adapt to how his or her life will go on. It is a natural reaction to an unexpected, fear and panic sets in causing one’s mind to freeze and crumble, An Unexpected change forces people to look into their lives on what they will lose from the norm of their usual lives. The feeling of dread and helplessness sets in as the differences are felt after a change.
However, as time goes by, change must be positively seen as a crossroad. A time when one must make a choice on what to do about the change, whether to sulk in sorrow or to adapt for progress. To adapt is no-easy goal, but it is needed to move-on forward with life, it is a choice that everyone must take sooner or later. We must learn to accept that change is inevitable, and that most times we are unable to take control to prevent it. Therefore, changes that cannot be mended, fixed or replaced must not be seen as a loss, but as a nudge to move-on to better things or a tougher challenge to oneself. Amidst these changes, there will always be positive effects to us, it should make us more motivated and focused to achieving goals that we set to ourselves.
Change, whether it’s big or small, quick or creeping, is inevitable. As individuals of this modern age of change we must adapt, we must keep walking forward in the name of progress. Even if in great discomfort, because staying still in sorrow and fear will damage us most in the long run.