It’s never too late or too early to be whoever you want to be. There’s no time limit, you can stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same; there are no rules to when you need to change or not need to change. We can make the best or the worst of it. When you have grief in your life, illness to you or a family member, we can only hope and pray the situation improves and do as much as possible to assist in the improvement. We cannot change circumstances, we can change how we interact with our circumstances and the people involved. Circumstances can be good or not so good, and no matter what it is we want to either enhance the circumstance or change it.
We can change our thinking, our attitude toward life and to the world. All you need is to change your ego! I believe everyone wants to make the best of it. But as Leo Tolstoy said, "Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”
Grief and issues don’t change a person, they reveal the character of the person. A person can improve their character but it takes work, work and more work. Change isn’t something you read and memorize and it becomes a part of you. Change requires self-monitoring not daily, not hourly but moment to moment. The great results are that it becomes easier moment to moment. How will you know? Simple, you will feel and understand the difference as it happens and when you reflect on the situation afterwards.
How important is it for people to change if they don’t like their present life? You tell me. Generally speaking, your ego will improve; you will feel calmer, more in control of your life. Your family will become closer to you and to each other; great events begin to happen to them and you. This amazing change, for the better, you will notice in every aspect of your life and the life of your immediate family. Your family and friends will listen more attentively; they will seek your wisdom and be grateful to you for all your great advice. All of this will happen when you heed the advice from a 13th century philosopher, poet and scholar:
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