Embrace change. Out of the comfort zone. Panta rhei. Agile life.

In life like in software, changes should not be feared but just embraced, as a potential opportunity for improvement and a way to augment your personal cultural level, learn new things and generally train your brain to be flexible and responsive to new conditions.

This might sound obvious to all of you, but there are many more aspects of our lives (or at least mine) which, instead of driving me to change and constant improvement of my and other selfs, would be much better off if we were “constantly” stable and predictable.

Think about it, our governments would love to have all of us adhere to perfect statistics, being as controllable and predictable as a mass.  Same goes for a discreetly successful love relationship. Our minds, or at least them, once in a comfort zone, tend to naturally relax and search for common solutions to problems already solved. Even our parents, in many cases, would love for us to do the most conservative choice possible for our lie, i.e. stick with what they know and with what they thinks it’s safe for you, in many cases ignoring the world is “actually” changing.

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