Change is everywhere we look. With the age of the internet change is happening faster than ever. It’s getting difficult to keep up.

Change is the only constant. Everything is always changing. Nothing stays the same.

Change is not something that we can resist or fight. We need acceptance. For example. We are all dying slowly.

How do we manage change? We just do what we need to do. Do enough. Whatever that is. There is probably not a lot we need to do. But when issues come we just attend to it. Fix it.

Knowing what to do and how to react in the confusion when things are changing fast requires wisdom and maturity that does not come from logic alone.

No matter how we plot and plan and try to micro control we are never certain of the outcome. The universe gives us free choice but it determines the outcome.

Sometimes managing change may mean doing nothing but letting things run its course. Do not fight it. Fighting change only make things worse. Let things fall into place and resolve itself. We just need to overcome our fears. We may not agree with the outcome but it is usually fair. Fate. We are where we are ment to be.

There is also the issue of randomness. Randomness can mess up well made plans. This is how it is.

But I think everything is interconnected. So when one thing changes many things changes. When the butterfly flap it’s wings somewhere in the world there is a typhoon.

As far as I can see, there is a complex web of connectivity but somehow the energy is able to account for everything. It’s hand is in everything. Everything is energy.

We are all moving along together. Changing together. Push and pull. Linked and unlinked. It’s a dynamic, multi dimensional and an active stream that flows like a wave. But it is more than that. It is hard to describe. You need to see it. Feel it’s pulse. Allow it in.

Father time records every change that happens and that has ever happened.

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