Everything is so ephemeral. In the large scheme of things, hours and days look so short. Emotions change. Impressions undergo an overhaul. And there are no apparent reasons. There are no turning points. Things just undergo slight changes each second of every hour. We all talk about things that stand the test of time. Nothing stands the test of time. Everyone and everything changes. The continued existence of the bond just depends on the complementary changes the other end also undergoes. At times, the change in one takes a longer time and by the time it does occur the first half is too far beyond recognisable. At other times changes occur but in diametrically opposite directions. Does it take conscious effort for one to align the changes? Is it possible to control these changes? But what can you do when the changes themselves are quite cunningly deceptive and stealthy? How do you keep up and keep track? When such non-eventful events take over and refuse any reason or logic, you either have the option to embrace it or to let go. The latter does not necessarily mean that one is a quitter. But that one is hopeful for a compatible change happening elsewhere.
Labels: Change, thinking aloud