This is the state of my life right now.
Changing classrooms, changing curriculum, changing my mind.
Changes make me nervous, but also excited. Sometimes.
How do you feel about change?
Sometimes is apropos. Sometimes I like change, sometimes I don’t. I wonder what differentiates our feelings between the two.
I don’t think I can categorically say because changes can cause feelings of like and dislike at the same time. For instance, moving into a new house can result in elation over your new space coupled with worry about the new payment leading to mixed feelings over the change.
Perhaps a deeper philosopher than me can figure it out. But I would like to be able to bottle the excitement that comes with some changes and be able to take that pill every once in awhile!
Yep. That’s exactly how I feel. But no matter how we approach change, I think it eventually stretches us to grow. Okay, my brain is hurting. I’ve only had one cup of coffee.
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