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Asking ourselves about change

Change happens all around us, all of the time. Sometimes quickly, but often slowly, we change.

When something is changing in our lives there as three possibilities as to why:

  1. Things are getting better
  2. Things are going downhill; or
  3. The change is neutral.

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