What sort of creatures are we? Yearning for variation but at the same time, we crave for a routine and predictability when change does strike. We approach this reform with trepidation, associating it with being a hurdle or obstacle and this is a terrible way to deal with the unfamiliar.
In fact, I believe we should embrace change and acclimate to it rather than forcing the situation to morph into something we are more accustomed to.
And that is life, my friends.
When we are faced with an uncharacteristic aspect of our daily routine we should put our effort into tackling it in a pragmatic and methodical manner rather than combating with a state of anxiety and agitation. This way we will get muddled up in the situation with very bleak chances of finding an exit door.
Therefore before taking a step it is crucial to think it out by weighing the vices and virtues that would accompany the decision you will make.
Furthermore, we need to reprogram our minds to embrace and accept change as another fact of life. There is absolutely nothing we can do to impede the arrival of the novel. Instead what we can opt for is learning to adapt to change and allow our aptness for the unfamiliar to thrive and prosper. It would be terribly remiss of us to remain negligent to change and block it out because we would miss on all the opportunities and unexpected merits that ride its carriage.
Change on its own is nebulous. It lies with us to decide how we will interpret it and whether we will hail and utilize the possibilities that trot along.