By Eddy Montilla.
I was using my computer this afternoon and I wanted to rest my eyes, so I looked out of the window to see the sea and a ship that appeared on the horizon. Then, a little bit later, I saw the clock hanging on the wall of my room. The hands of the clock drew my attention, especially the second hand. It was, as you obviously know, changing every second and every second I was observing its change. That led me to think about what change really means. In the city where I work now, TV commercials sell their products by using the advertising idea of being “something new” as if that mere fact were enough for a product to be good. Places change so quickly that when a new building is being built, you cannot even remember what thing was there before. Then, you go to cities like Toledo, for example, and you can see places that have not changed for centuries, keeping their charm and splendor intact.
The second hand of the clock changed every second and it went back to the same position to change again and again. In life, there are things that should be changed and there are things that should remain as they are. Change itself does not necessarily mean development. Sometimes, it only means a mere replacement. You can keep changing things and, you can end up moving in circles like the second hand of my clock. It is the change in attitude and behavior what really can take you to another level. Go for that change!
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