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Change

There are 31,530,000 seconds in a year. A thousand milliseconds in a second. A million microseconds. A billion nanoseconds. What’s more, the one steady, associating nanoseconds to years, is change.

The universe. From particle to system, is in an interminable condition of transition. Be that as it may, we people don’t care for change. We battle it. It alarms us. So we make the fantasy of stasis. We need to have faith in a world very still, the universe of the present moment.

However our extraordinary mystery continues as before. The minute we get a handle on the “now”, that “now” is no more. We stick to depictions. Be that as it may, life is moving pictures.

Every nanosecond not quite the same as the last. Time constrains us to develop. To adjust.

Since each time we squint our eyes… the world moves underneath our feet.

Conclusion

Consistently, every minute, each nanosecond, the world changes. Electrons chance upon each other and respond. Individuals impact and change each other’s ways.

Change isn’t simple. All the more frequently, it’s tweaking and troublesome.

In any case, perhaps that is something to be thankful for. Since it’s change that makes us solid. Keeps us flexible.

It trains us to develop.

Sandown, United Kingdom The most ground-breaking word on the planet flies up all over the place. Incidentally, this is on Sandown Pier on the Isle of Wight (UK) — a place that has not changed for a long time.

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