My whole life has been presented to a single element called change. Change occurs in many different forms and is carried out in many different ways. However, just recently, I have come to the realization that change can be the deepest of all subjects. I always assumed that change occurred when you moved to a new town or when you lose someone close to you. Those are elements to change, yes, but change doesn't have to occur over a single dramatic event. It can just happen overnight when your brain determines it's time to do something different.
I never thought that I was going to change. You can't ignore change, and you have to allow for that change and compensate for it, and sometime you overcompensate for that change in life. Like, my life changed when I first started school, or I got my first A in a class. It all changes your perspective of the world around you.
In my life, and probably everybody's, there are the little changes, and then there are the big ones. A couple of the big ones for me would have to be the change from high school to college, and the other one is the death of my grandmother. They both have effected me. This is the way that I go about life.
For obvious reasons, people reject change. Especially people who are close to each other because they feel that this change is going to separate them and make them not as close as they used to be. They fight the change until they force theperson to change. It's sad how this works, but in reality, it's probably the single most reason why people change. The people...