— Christopher Morley
Change is good.
Change is inevitable.
Change is the only constant.
We’ve all heard these phrases at some point in our lives. I’ve recently been reminded as to how vital change is to a person’s life. However, it’s not the three aforementioned cliché expressions that have provoked me to put my thoughts down. Rather, it’s another one that was said to me yesterday:
All good things come to an end.
do must they? I guess we could all argue this, but it’s a rather unfavorable outlook to have though, right? Perhaps I’m just in denial or perhaps I have a desire to be uncharacteristically positive on this subject matter, but I refuse to accept that all good things come to an end.
I believe that the changes that happen in our lives are always for the better, whether or not we’re able to recognize the positivity behind the change at the time. While some good things come to an end as a result of these changes, I can’t fathom the idea that all good things come to an end, because if we choose to accept such an ideology, what does that say about our lives?