As I begin to plan my vacation to Mexico I and look through picture of the country I am reminded about how few things in life are permanent. Mexico is a country that is always changing... a business that you visited last year is no longer there, a hotel that you stayed at has been deconstructed and a new bigger fancier one is in it's place. Even the home we were planning on renting has now changed owners and names.
So it got me thinking about how much in everyday life really is not all that permanent. This trend is not exclusive to Mexico. It happens everyday all around us. Friends move into town and then out of town, coworkers come and go, jobs come and go. Now the good part about this is that usually it is all for the better. Even though it may not seem like it at the time it almost always works out for the better.
When you think back to different jobs you have had, chances are where you are now in better than where you were 10 or even 5 years ago. Everything it seems it is a constant state of change and it's as though nothing is permanent. Even the way you feel right not is in the process of changing. If you are in a less than perfect mood right now you can take some comfort in knowing that no matter what put you in that mood it too will change, your mood is not permanent.
So then the only question becomes what are you going to do to make the change you want to come more quickly.
You see you are pretty much guaranteed that the way it is now is not the way it will be forever. From a bad hair day to 10 extra pounds to a grumpy boss or coworker, none of that last for ever so it's up to you to make the change. If you already know it's going the change, make it change the way you want it. Tomorrow will likely be a better hair day, you can hit the treadmill and start to lose that 10 extra pounds or hit the gym and gain the 10 extra pounds and your boss and co-worker will be in a better mood if you are.
So perhaps it's time to deconstruct and rebuild.
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