This is how the inspiring poem of Brad Mc Intyre goes:
The maple tree is turning red,
A robin sings his farewell song,
Migrating geese fly overhead;
It won’t be long, it won’t be long.
A farmer plows his lifeless stalks,
His cattle wander toward the barn;
Their streaming nostrils seem to talk
Of winter settling on the farm.
In town, a boy with lunch in hand
Is off to school this autumn day.
While in the window mother stands
Surprised at how time slips away.
All things have their time and place;
No haste with God, yet no delay.
The seasons move with ease and grace,
Remain awhile, then pass away.
Like many chapters in a book,
Our lives unfold from stage to stage.
We must not be afraid to look
Nor hesitate to turn the page.
Change is inevitable in life, it is part of our life, and it makes us to grow. It is a part of journey in life. We encountered different challenges as we travel from day to day. Such challenges will change us, sometimes we felt lost and had no idea on how to keep moving forward. We must not be afraid to turn pages of our life, we need to fight the challenges ahead. Overcoming obstacles in life and adapting some changes will makes us strong person.
There are both positive and negative changes. Positive changes is an affirmative qualities, such as enthusiasm, interest, or optimism. Sometimes we don’t create positive change in our life because we don’t have a big enough desire to do it. Feel the pleasure of what you wish to achieve on a level that makes you grin. Learn to know your values, loves, beliefs and how they fit into your way of change. Negative changes is an expressing refusal or denials, or negativism. Positive changes should be applied and defeat negative changes.
We can not prevent changes, we can anticipate and prepare for change to the best of our abilities. Life after this change may not be the same, but it can still be rewarding and self-fulfilling. The Bible told us: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.” (Deuteronomy 31:6).