The Importance of Change

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This is a short essay I wrote for a competition on the importance of change.

Submitted: January 13, 2017

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Change induces development. In contrast, a lack of change creates a linear cycle of stagnation that deprives one of progress. Change is the integral aspect that determines one’s outcome in life. For this reason, change should be not only a choice, but a requirement. The essence of change is that which grants him the ability to transcend his own limitations within his microcosmic existence. During ordeals, it is vital that one changes his attitude from that of desolate despair to optimism. The illusiveness of hopeless situations can make any effort to change seem completely pointless; but, change is necessary to prevent one from becoming completely engulfed in absolute darkness.

The darkness caused by the refusal to change becomes detrimental to any future growth, and makes a void of ignorance evident in one’s life. Such denials of changes in attitudes can vastly affect relationships at work, at home, and at school. A uniformity of change in correspondence with his environment is also important. Because society advances at a constant rate, one should try to parallel the pace at which society changes to adapt to the ever-changing world. Within a society that is endlessly modernizing, regressing into a state of barrenness is not ideal. If one does not contribute a change to society, there will be no advancements in any vocational field.

Technology, medicine, government and other areas that dictate a society become obsolete without any form of change. If man never accomplishes change, the world itself is not blossoming into the zenith of its creation. The changes that man enforces sustain the universe, and the spark of life in his soul allows those changes to transpire. Without the spark of life, or the will to change and to achieve, man is meaningless. Humankind is the only creation of God that is given the authority to change the very fabric and ideals of the earth, signifying the importance of change. 


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