The Subject of Change

The Subject of Change

One of the positive things happening is a renewed interest in figuring things out in a manner that makes sense in the context of contemporary life. This book addresses one particular aspect of the search for that understanding. That is – what exactly makes things happen the way they do in life? In other words:

How Does Life REALLY Work?

It may seem like a basic enough question, but for some reason the answer isn’t so straightforward. In fact, I have personally observed some of the smartest people I have

What Goes Around by Rob Davis
What Goes Around by Rob Davis

known engage in the kind of misery-producing activities that prove conclusively, that they had no idea how life works. That is not to mention my own personal blunders. However, even when the truth is right in front of one’s nose, actual behavioral change in the real world, under the pressure of events taking place, is extremely difficult for any person. Yet, it is true that:

“The only way life can change for you, is for you to change how you handle life.”

There are many prescriptions or road maps for how to change, but no matter which a person may attempt to follow, success always comes down to the individual’s willingness and ability to actually perform the change. Furthermore, no person can do it for anyone else. Rather, each person’s challenge is doing it for themselves, and unless there is a deep grasp of why it is important, essential, and crucial to do so, making these changes borders on the impossible.

Not that it’s all that complicated. On the contrary, most of the very important ideas in life are really quite rudimentary and easy to under- stand conceptually. On some level, we all know them. They are in some cases, however, a daunting challenge to consistently put in practice, particularly when life is presenting us with attractive reasons to ignore them.