Change

“I knew who I was this morning, but I’ve changed a few times since then” – Lewis Carroll ———-If we are to be propelled into that magical place where our dreams live. Into that glorious place where our goals are achieved. We will have to transform/morph ourselves into the person who is required to get us there. The old cliché that, “What got you here, won’t get you there” holds true… A couple of months ago a friend of mine was a bit dismayed over a situation, and felt instinctively that she was under some sort of obligation to do things as she had always done them, and to be who she had always been. I sent her the quote that’s listed at the bottom of this post then, and we had both felt a sense relief, realizing that it was actually truth for us … Sometimes, in life we may feel that we have to be who others think we ought to be. Or that we should always do things that way that we or others have always done them- without question. But growth doesn’t always work in that manner. We will have to engage in the destructive process of nearly demolishing who we use to be/ are currently- in order to become whoever it is that we truly are at our core. This process of transforming may occur both frequently and infrequently. There’s no law lol that states that we aren’t allowed to change, adapt or adjust ourselves in order to obtain what we must have for survival & fulfillment. Throughout history and well into today there are countless stories of prominent figures who’ve made 360’s in order to become who they needed to become, to achieve what they needed to achieve. “We can’t become what we need to be by remaining what we are”-Oprah Winfrey… We need to understand that there are no time restrictions/ constraints on the amount of change that we must undergo, whether it be by the day, week, month and so on. There’s only that ever so silent and yet thunderously loud pressure from society, people we know, and whatever we’ve fed our minds both consciously and subconsciously -to date… Understand this- “you are under no obligation to be the same person you were a year ago, month, or even 15 minutes ago. You have the right to grow… No apologies”-Anonymous