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#throwback Fess up... How many of these phones have you owed? I recall my first phone - It was a Nokia (have no idea what model), and I still have the same phone number... That was maybe 18 years ago! I had a Motorola next. - it was a pink flip phone and it was tough! I dropped it in a bonfire once, as it feel out of my pocket, rang it, seen it glowing, picked it up and left my fingerprints embedded in the case, it still worked! Then it was floating in a handbag full of water due to my water bottle leaking, I dried it out, again it worked like a charm!
Then it happened... My first iPhone!!! It was an iPhone 3. I now have an iPhone 6 and can say that I'll be an iPhone user for life! lol Unless Samsung proves me otherwise!
Imagine the person that invented the phone and thought to themselves that the way this looks and the way you use it will be the only way for eternity! Crazy thinking right!
This leads me to this...Our attachment to the things in our lives - people, places, things and the way someone should or shouldn't be, really is something called 'stinking thinking'!
We all must grow and evolve. The only way to do that is by change. The only way to change for some, is by having major life dramas. In these moments, it's essential that we prepare ourselves for this long before anything drastic happens.
But how do we do that? Embrace change and this all starts with the small things! Start from today looking back over the last 3 months. What happened? What big and small changes occurred? How did these changes make you feel on a negative and positive level?
For most of you (and I've been guilty in this), we will have lots of negatives about a bad experience and find it difficult to see a positive. But this is the hardest one to grasp...In a positive situation, where was the negative?
I'm not trying to get you to see the negative in everything, I'm trying to get you to see the positive and negative in all experiences in our life. For instance, my Grandmothers passing (negative), gathered family members that I haven't seen for so long. My boys where graced with this also even meeting their second cousin for the first time (positive).
If we keep this attachment in life that you only feel good when good things happen, when not so good things happen, it will leave a big gap in your life. As you find your awareness with this, the gaps get smaller and change doesn't seem so drastic after all!
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