Change

Excuse me, do you have change for a dollar?

Excuse me, do you have change for a dollar?

No, but I do have change of heart and change of mind and… hey wait a minute, I think I do have change for a dollar… in fact, here… just keep the change.

Talking about change can be cheap – cheaper than change for a dollar, but talk of change is something society is aching for – though I’m not sure society is clear on what the ultimate result of change looks like. I think they’re just weary of the status quo. However, the more change is demanded the harder the push against change. Yet those who push against change face an inevitable, unavoidable shift in human consciousness.

Waves of change wash over earth’s shores as factions fight to thwart it… as if. A paradigm shift has already occurred; humanity is catching up and/or catching on as a compassionate, supportive multi-verse patiently awaits the click – or the “ah hah” moment. Imagine a world where capitalism doesn’t drive us. Imagine realizing that we’ve had the joy we seek within us… all along.

A dear friend once told me that change is the same ole thing with a different spin. I can understand why one would come to that conclusion. You see, change doesn’t happen on a dime, though at times it appears as such. Change happens in a slow spiral – as a direct result of the energetic trajectory of humankind’s evolutionary sphere.

How we shape and/or accept and embrace change for the good is through our loving, forgiving spirits. I “Googled” the word ‘love’ and got over 5 billion results; I “Googled” the word ‘forgive’ and only got 89 million – that’s a comparatively very low number. Why do you think there’s such a disparity between those two words?

One site on love defined it as a selfless and contented mind. I say that the mindset of selflessness and content begins in the heart. As a wise dearly departed fellow spirit once said, “When you change the way you look at things, the way you look at things change.” Namaste.

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