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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fuzzbender, Jan 14, 2014.
you're not going to change are you?
and why on earth would you, you are what you are, non?
I'm good with the illusion of change or activity... all the sensation without having to leave the comfort of my deluded psyche.
In my world, you wrote perfection... but it kinda doesn't matter!
I don't change, I make change. Got a $20 for two $10's?
yes, but, you'll need to add 2.00 for the work for me to do that for you.
ive changed a lot over the years...im sure ill change again
uh huh. You have! a lot!
I change often but confess it took around 30 years before I got the comfort and skills to do it. Those skills increased with marriage and parenthood.
The importance of change is reminded when we get the TDPRI "I hate my job." and "Get off my lawn." rants.
You've changed your method of making change.
I barely recognize the old man that stares back at me in the mirror every morning. I wish I didn't have to change, but that's not an option.
If you're not changing, you're dead.
What is identity? We're always changing yet something remains constant. I am different than ten years ago yet I stay the same. This is the essence of being.
Until I had kids I thought everything was learned, then I watched a child come into this world with her own personality. She has, and will, change until I no longer recognize the baby that came to us. But I will recognize that personality until the day I die.
I'm completely different than I was 7 years ago. Every last cell.
Because we age, time changes all of us, whether we notice it or not.
and whether we like it or not.
I think we grow and branch out more than we change, like a tree. It grows and reaches out in many different directions, but it's still a tree, the same tree it was when it first poked out of the soil. When I'm driving around listening to Aerosmith's "Rocks" or Led Zeppelin IV or watching the Groove Tube, I realize I'm still very much the same person I was when I was 15.
When I was 150 miles offshore in the Gulf of Mexico rescuing sea turtles from the BP oil spill and working with some of the top marine biologists in the country, that 15 year old boy seemed a million miles away. It all depends on the day and mood.
in some ways the change was good...in others the change was bad...and i dont like that part
Some take change to the extreme.