Friday, June 02, 2006


Things are in a constant state of change.

Some people are attempting to help design massive changes, for the common good.

Some people are studying social, economic and political change.

Some changes are bad. But some people are working to rectify those changes. And others are working to make good changes.

Simply buying and selling produces change.

People often have to change addresses. Or driver’s licenses.

Change isn’t good or bad; change is change. You have to examine individual changes, to know their positivity or negativity. The best way to do so is in retrospect, because you often can’t know whether a change will be good or bad ahead of time, or even while it’s happening; it’s only when you look back—sometimes way back—that you can know for sure if a change was good or bad. Positive or negative. Fun or painful.