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World's Law-The Law Of Changing.





The Only Thing that Is Not Changing is Changing !



Everything in the world is changing, You can not find anything that is not changing except changing.
Everything Comes to the world, Stay for a while and Leave for ever, nothing remain as it is.
This is a rule, this is the rule of changing which has never ever changed since world creation!
The earth is rounding , the sun is rounding and moving .
Milky way is moving and rounding, Non of these stay in one place constantly and for ever.

Changing may hurt if you do not believe it, dependency is not safe while changing is a rule, If you depend on something you must leave the world when it leaves, this is the rule of changing.
You must accept the rules of policy maker, You can not deny, You must obey, If you do not obey you must leave the world.

World is easy place to live if you accept and obey rules.

World is beautiful and interesting because it is changing.

World is changeableness because it is changing.

You can change because you are living here in the world.

You are changing now and It is not late for a self conscious changing ever.

You must be adoptable to the world changes to not hurt.


Comments

Alireza said…
The best way I could describe it is: "Be the change you want to see in your life!"

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