Don’t Envy the Transformers
On our last date night a little over a week ago, Devon and I were talking about the brain and how change actually happens.
(Don’t you feel sorry for her sometimes that she is stuck with my weirdness?)
I was explaining to her the difference between thinking about change and when change actually happens. Many people think and ponder changing their life for the better for months, years, heck, even decades!
In their mind, change and transformation is this long, drawn out process that must be suffered through.
In reality, real change happens in a split fraction of a second, once you make up your mind to transform. Will the physical manifestation happen in a split second? Nope, but all things start in the mind first.
People that have totally transformed their lives have done so by first making up their mind to do so. So, while you may think about changing, it will remain nothing more than that; a fleeting thought that you have every now and again.
When you finally make up your mind to transform, it’s like a lightning bolt.
You don’t have to envy those that transform into the butterflies of life, you can BE one yourself once you decide to BE.
Think differently - Kyle Newell
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