Life is a Process

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Life is truly a process. Just when you think you've got a grip on a situation, life shifts and the next situation appears. It's never ending always evolving, changing, shifting. Where am I when the shifting starts? Am I in place or am I still holding on to the last situation.

Life is truly a process. Just when you think you've got a grip on a situation, life shifts and the next situation appears. It's never ending always evolving, changing, shifting. Where am I when the shifting starts? Am I in place or am I still holding on to the last situation. ..didn't get the memo? Actually, thinking on this clears up something I've been wondering about for years. Have you ever met or seen an older person whose style is from another era?

Come on, I KNOW I'm not alone here. You know that uncle that dresses like he did in High school. No shame...i'm just saying. Actually, my dad.is just like that so.... Anyway, back to my point, where were they when fashion shifted? I'll tell you where they were, holding on to what is familiar, safe. Someone told them they looked good or they found the fabric/pattern that feels/look good to them...and they held on for dear life.

How do they look 30 years later? Odd. That's how. But that's how it is when life shifts and you don't shift with it. Some things need to change/shift in order to get better.

Some things are fine the way they are. How do you know what from what....maturity. If you're not there yet...keep living. You'll get it...There are no short cuts to this process. Finding loopholes in the process is worse than the waiting. ..Three things happen if you do. 1)You end up bypassing critical development stages ( that's how you have grown people still acting like children) 2) You look odd 3) You wind up having to backtrack and pick up what you bypassed. I'm just sayin'. Peace

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