Here are some great quotes about moving onand changing. Many people are afraid of changes. They are afraid of changes in the world that surrounds them, and they are very afraid of changes in their own lives. Human beings have a natural need to feel secure and safe. That is why we love certainty! It would be best if we could predict events and prepare for them. Sudden events usually require changes and you just have to accept them.
Some people find it is hard to accept any new things. This is based on our fear of the unknown. However, change is the most natural thing in the world! Everything you see is in a constant changing. Sometimes these changes are slow, so we cannot see them right away. However, nothing is so natural, as a change. Changes are healthy.
“Any change is good, because it gives you a chance to learn something new about yourself and the world.”
“You cannot change the weather, can you? You cannot change the world. All you can do is – accept it. To do that, you have to change all the time. You have to learn how to keep up with events and make the right choices. All this is possible thanks to changes.”
“You need changes. If you want to find out what you need and what you don’t need, you have to go through a lot of changes in your life.”
“Art of living is based on your ability to keep up with changes. Living in the past cannot be called “living”. Every change is another challenge for you. Take the challenge to show how strong and skillful you are.”
“There are people who only have a single ability: to move on. However, this seems to be quite enough to live a great life.”
“Your chance will appear once you decide to take the challenge.”
“To live a great life, you need two things. First, you need to be lucky enough to get a great opportunity. Second, you need to be smart enough to recognize the opportunity.”
“Changes are what make you the way you are. Dealing with changes makes you mature, responsible and stronger.”
“All of us should accept things we cannot change. We should have strength to change what we can, but we must be wise enough to know the difference between these things.”