Change, Always

Everywhere and everyone is flawed, and has something to learn, often from other places or from one another.

It is what we do about that fact in addressing those specific flaws that matters most. Not the flaws, not the things that are already right.

Not merely morally, or as an indication of character, but psychologically to one’s self and those about one’s self: people sense vectors of change more than they sense any stasis.


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