Quote Of The Day #25


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40 thoughts on “Quote Of The Day #25

  1. Change is pretty much the only thing that remains constant in life. Anyone who wants things to stay the way they are is going to setting themselves up for disappointment.

  2. I’m one of those people with an almost superhuman resistance to change. That’s not to say that I don’t adapt eventually but.. it’s a struggle uphill-both ways.
    I’m working on it.
    Anyway, fun topic, Pooja! Thank you for always keeping things interesting!

    1. I’m that way too but I’m trying really hard to change that as well and be better with change. I’ve been changing small things every day as practice and have been so incredibly uncomfortable for the last few days lol. Thank you so much!

      1. Best of luck! It’s a difficult habit to break.. but one that is best broken. I hope it becomes less uncomfortable for you soon, you’ve got this, just hand in there and you’ll be sure to surpass whatever goal you set for yourself. 💗

        1. I’m already getting better at it- I actually volunteered to change something lol! Thanks and best of luck to you too. Hopefully we can change our ways 😂

          1. The first step is always the hardest so, bravo, we’re at least heading in the right direction!
            We can do it, after all, “Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” 🤭

  3. Ne’er a truer word! I always tell people – you have the choice of two C’s when it comes to change; complain about it, or get curious about it. It’s fine to have five minutes, but complaining doesn’t solve anything and doesn’t make people want to help you. It’s when you get curious that you find your answers 😉

  4. The problem with me is that I always want to think and reason before adapting. It makes the adapting process painfully slow. Sometimes one has to have faith and leap with eyes closed. Those who adapt quickly are usually this kind of people. Sadly I am not. For example, I know social media for a long time and one of my friends have been an ardent social media addict for years, but I only laugh at her until early last year when I started to jump in. LOL. So I am a slow adapter.

    1. Lol I’m the same way. I tend to overthink everything and by the time I finally decide to do something the hype has died down. I’m trying to think less these days though lol.

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