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Change is not always bad

We often resist change, fighting to maintain what we know and are comfortable with so that we can remain that way. Sometimes change happens quickly, sometimes slowly. I think when it is slower we can adapt and accept it better, but when it happens fast or we feel it is forced upon us we resent it and fight against it. Nature has some of its own changes, think of butterflies, I read a quote yesterday that there is nothing in a caterpillar that leads us to think of or see a butterfly.

I posted this photo on Wednedsay of a canna lilly in our front yard, I thought it was beautiful then...

canna lilly

Today as I walked out, it had changed, it was more open and in my eyes more beautiful still...see change can be good

canna lilly

I love the two tone color scheme, seen it several time this year with other lilles as well, very interesting.

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Comments

Change is a fact of life and this an excellent example of "Positive and Inviting Change"!

Posted by Sidney Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula, Realty Works Temecula (Realty Works Temecula) over 7 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous!!!! Change CAN be good... I find that if I just have patience & digest it a bit, the pluses do rise to the top.  :-)

Posted by Brenda Mayette, Getting results w/ knowledge & know-how! (Miranda Real Estate Group, Inc.) over 7 years ago

Change is an important part of life.  We often think change is not good until it's been around for awhile!

Posted by Michael Ford, Matching Families with Homes (Coldwell Banker Heritage Homes) over 7 years ago

Change definitely does not need to be thought of as bad.  Going from being a renter to being a homeowner is also a very good change. We help renters buy a home in Charlotte NC and SC almost every month of the year.

Posted by Daniel H. Fisher, MCRP - Charlotte Real Estate, NC or SC (www.FisherHermanRealty.com (704) 617-3544) over 7 years ago

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