“The speed of change today is faster than the human psyche seems to be able to handle.”
— Marianne Williamson
The underlying issue is flexibility. We would like to discuss this as if it’s something we have control over, but I don’t think we do. I will overstate the case that people are inflexible because, if I don’t, then you’ll excuse yourself. If you want to change, you must be brutally honest. Change involves your full participation and alterations of all aspects of yourself. There are no “small changes.” If you don’t put everything on the table, nothing happens.
Ways to Change
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