“Here’s the deal: Resisting the inevitable is an exercise in futility. The process of transformation excludes no one. The only question is: How hard will you fight the changes that are manifesting in your life? What will it take you to embrace them? We are a world filled with people who desperately wish their lives to be different in some way. And yet when the universe presents options (that may look at the time like closed doors, lost love, and empty bank accounts), we balk at the idea of having to change within.
Every outer circumstance is manifest from an inner place, and if that place does not include transformation, then you remain a leaf-munching worm that is food for birds. To tell the truth, even when you transform, you are food for birds – you just look better. Be open to the transformation that is being placed in your path. It makes the time in the cocoon that much easier.”
John St. Augustine, in “Living an Uncommon Life”
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